When Enough Is Enough!

When teachers get mad enough, they will rise up like a humpback whale, and the politicians of Georgia will feel the effect of the tidal waves that the teachers cause to wash up on the political shore.  It happened in the 2002 political election.  Roy Barnes showed total disrespect for the teachers (he did away with due process rights), and Barnes went down in defeat!  With the new ominous and unfair evaluation instruments coming down the pike, teachers may finally say. "Enough is enough!"  MACE, the Georgia teachers union, has been the lone voice in the desert, railing against the abministrative abuse of teachers.

When teachers get mad enough, they will rise up like a humpback whale, and the politicians of Georgia will feel the effect of the tidal waves that the teachers cause to wash up on the political shore. It happened in the 2002 political election. Roy Barnes showed total disrespect for the teachers (he did away with due process rights), and Barnes went down in defeat! With the new ominous and unfair evaluation instruments coming down the pike, teachers may finally say. "Enough is enough!" MACE, the Georgia teachers union, has been the lone voice in the desert, railing against the abministrative abuse of teachers.

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One Response to When Enough Is Enough!

  1. thegeorgiacitizen says:

    We have personally experienced and have heard from parents and teachers where school sytems (via their administrators, attorneys, et al.) act like pure thugs. I know that MACE, the teachers union in Georgia, calls certain systems like Atlanta and DeKalb “gansta systems.” Have you experienced situations where those in charge of our public schools and public school systems have acted like bullies? Please let us know. Make it plain!

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