Thursday, March 25, 2010

Blogger to James Williams:Cut the BS

From the he's full of crap department: Buffalo schools superintendent James Williams says Buffalo is in line to layoff 680 teachers. My message to him is stop talking about it and do it. I don't think he has the guts. They do this every so many years (make idle threats). I can't believe anyone still falls for it.

If you want to start with unnecessary jobs, how about the no show job you created for the daughter of East Aurora resident Jim Comerford? Or better yet, how about getting rid of Buffalo's highest paid residency violator, James Kane? If you're looking to cut jobs, might I suggest you look at your own office? Stop making threats we all know you aren't going to follow through with. You're all talk. All hype. I thought you were on your way to Nashville anyway?
Oh, I forgot. They didn't want you!
Buffalo schools face 680 layoffs from Paterson cuts : City & Region : The Buffalo News

1 comment:

  1. This is the school district that just had some of there transition meetings from Committee of preschool special education to comittee of special education for the kindergarten class that started this past Sept in January. Some children that needed special education services went half the year with no individual education profiles. It's not the committees fault either, they are doing the best they can with the amount of staff they have. CPSE went from having 20 people to 7 in the last 5 years. I am not sure about the numbers at CSE, it was there end that was slow. This year for the transitions they had to recruit the support teams from various schools to help with transitions.
    I could seriously go on and on about dealing with schools. Some don't even have a full time Guidence councler and some don't have full time specialist of sorts. There are laws saying every child should have the least restrictive enviroment and it isn't happening. The most stressful thing in the world is going to CSE or CPSE meeting. Like I said I'd don't blame the commitee people, they are doing the best they can with tight budgets and little staff.