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November 08, 2005

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anon ii

I think Wapner was the death sentence for 77. Did Rusty the bailiff die, or is he available for a late stand against 75?

Blog Watcher

I voted against 74. I can't understand why a teacher should have five years of probation. I know of no other profession with that requirement.

Jason

I voted against 74. I can't understand why a teacher should have five years of probation. I know of no other profession with that requirement.

I voted for 74. I can't understand why a teacher should have guaranteed employment for life, barring commission of a crime. I know of no other profession with that benefit.

redperegrine

"I know of no other profession with that requirement."

Blog watcher:

Do you know when tenure is earned by real professors at colleges and universities? It's generally longer than five years.

Chuck DeVore

Jason that's funny, that's why I voted for 77. I can't understand why a lawmaker should have guaranteed employment for the term limit (or life, if in Congress), barring commission of a crime.

Blog Watcher

Chuck. That is why I voted for Prop. 77 as well.

Blog Watcher

RP. Does teaching at the K-12 level pay as well as being a univeristy professor?

No, but you learn how to spell "university"...

MrWhipple

Do you know when tenure is earned by real professors at colleges and universities? It's generally longer than five years.

Tenure was created for research professors to protect them from being fired for work on politically or culturally sensitive topics.

K-12 teachers are supposed to be teaching from the book. They have no need for tenure.

Yes on 74.

Tenure dos not protect teachers jobs, poor Administrators do. One of the few jobs for life is the Supreme Court. Many teachers have been fired, and will be fired.

I would like to see eveyone have 5 years probation, let's make it a national standard.

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