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theresalwaystwosides April 07, 2014 at 04:40 PM
I do not want to deflect from the reason this blog was written. It is evident there are severalRead Morecom ments which clearly "originate" from the same source. That is why I after a couple of initial posts answering questions when the blog went on, I stayed off. From 2/22 to 3/4, on 3/5 I answered posts three times. Then from 3/5 to 3/26 not once, on 3/27 I posted one response. After the threads were linked, I did post on 3/31 with a condensed part two. IP addresses can be traced very easily. I do not know what the legal ramifications are with regards to public posting on a blog so my practice is to be safe than sorry. I do not need an additional secret moniker. That is the beauty of a blog. It is the court of public opinion. As with any court "a mistrial can be called for infractions" which places the judicial process in jeopardy. To those who post accusations and keep throwing my name in, calling me a liar, speak without knowledge or fact towards a subject, you send out "markers" . It is those markers that indicate a clear bias. Meaning, "your posts are coming form within the coach's camp". Same rule applies for those "extreme posts" proclaiming justice from Patch users. Just as with any court, the judges in the court of public opinion are not blind to misrepresentations posted. Clarity comes with content. The public has a right to know, and those with the answers continue to remain silent.
theresalwaystwosides April 07, 2014 at 04:48 PM
Accusations that I have knowledge of posters further discredits those users.
theresalwaystwosides April 07, 2014 at 10:37 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcsqfNNYllE&feature=player_detailpage
Dennis Senibaldi April 05, 2014 at 05:29 PM
Troubled Student, The process of renewal and non-renewal of teachers is based upon state law. TheRead Morep rocess rests squarely upon the superintendent’s shoulders. He produces the list with help from each schools senior staff. The School Board cannot put a non-renewal teacher on the renewal list.
Jesse April 17, 2014 at 01:20 PM
In 2011, the New Hampshire legislature approved SB196, which revised RSA 189:14-a andRead Moresignificantly weakened the rights of a teacher facing non-renewal. Under RSA 189:14-a "The School board has sole authority to determine whether a non-renewal is fair" and "Authorizes the school board to determine the grounds for nonrenomination and nonreelection at their discretion (Sec. 1)."
Jesse April 17, 2014 at 01:33 PM
IV. In all proceedings before the school board under this section, the burden of proofRead Morefor nonrenewa l of a teacher shall be on the superintendent of the local school district by a preponderance of the evidence. Except as provided in paragraph III, the grounds for nonrenomination and nonreelection shall be determined at the sole discretion of the school board.