One of the notable problems at Castle High School is its drug problem. 13 percent of students were suspended in 2013-2014, and 21 percent of them were for Class A offenses. These include burglary, robbery, and the sale of dangerous drugs (SSIR, 2014). I went to Castle …show more content…
Teacher Rights - “What are my rights?”
A law that protects teachers is called The Right to Bargain Collectively. With this law, teachers represented in a group negotiate terms and conditions of their employment, for example, their salaries and working conditions. The collective agreement is enforceable under state law. This means that teachers have a say in formulating school policies and the conditions in which they work. (Johnson, 2014).
A second law is called teacher tenure. Tenure is an system in which educators, after performing in a satisfactory method for a period of time, can only have their employment terminated for adequate causes and only after a hearing before a faculty committee. (American Association of University Professors). This law protects teachers from being fired for personal or political reasons, but can also make it difficult for schools to terminate underperforming teachers.
2D. Teacher Support - “How will I support my