Wednesday, August 31, 2022

MPS Vacancies: NOT a Money Problem

Evers is throwing another $90 million down the porcelain tubes.

...Evers said the funds are aimed at helping school officials recruit and retain teachers, combatting staffing shortages that have emerged since the coronavirus pandemic began in early 2020. ...

MPS is short about 6% of its teaching staff, but that has nothing to do with money.

It has to do with personal safety.  MPS cannot--and will not--protect its teachers from assault, nor will it hold students accountable for those assaults.

"Education" in MPS is not the priority for teachers.  Survival is.

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