On February 9, 2015 the media exposed to the public that an abusive and troubled principal was entrusted to return to work as a leader to a school and in charge of children while the teacher/mandated reporter whom reported the abuse was terminated from his job weeks prior to becoming tenured.
On February 13, 2015 (five days later) the media exposed to the public that the abusive and troubled principal is now out of the school building. According to the superintendent, (who is a higher administrator to the school), she “is no longer in the building”.
Technically, the superintendent, nor any other school official, mentioned whether the abusive and troubled principal was terminated from her job, charges were filed against her, or whether she is prohibited from ever working with children. The reality is that this abusive and troubled person can easily be reassigned to work and lead a different school with children.
Apparently, her removal from the school building (not even referred to as a termination) was implemented solely in the best interest of public relations and not, in the least, a decision made in the best interest of the safety and welfare of children. This is a decision made by higher school administrators.
What I want to know, and want everyone else to want to know, (especially parents, politicians, and law makers), is exact what words, sentences, ideas, and concepts came together in the higher administrative meeting(s) which eventually resulted in the school system’s higher administrative agreement and decision to allow such abusive and troubled worker to return and continue to lead a school and continue to work with children?
What I want to know, and want everyone else to want to know, (especially parents, politicians, and law makers), is what exact words, sentences, ideas, and concepts came together in the higher administrative meeting(s) which eventually resulted in the Child Protective Services’ (CPS) higher administrative agreement and decision to not investigate this clear case of child abuse and endangerment when it was reported to them as alleged by the former school therapist that testified in the news video and whom claims that she quit her job because of the principal’s behavior and neglect of higher administration.
These essential questions probe at higher and more powerful entities which are instrumental in perpetuating such vicious cycle of abuse in the school system which, for the most part, professionals fear to report and no one in leadership roles seem to care enough to investigate and put an end to it, even for the sake of children.
Keep in mind that the school system’s neglect to properly and fairly address reported cases of abuse directly causes professionals to quit their jobs.
When professionals quits their job because of a leaders’ abusive behavior and higher administrators’ neglect to justly address such abusive behavior - the children are the ones left behind, exposed to further abuse that continues to remain undetected.
When professionals get fired for reporting a leaders’ abusive behavior and higher administrators’ neglect to justly address such abusive behavior - the children are the ones left behind, exposed to further abuse that continues to remain undetected.
In addition to lack of funding, public school children, teachers, and education itself are all grossly deteriorating because of a toxic culture of abuse, harassment, and bullying by administrators that are allowed to openly infringe upon others' basic constitutional rights and allowed to engage in immoral and unethical practices, completely immune to any form of accountability.
This behavior unbecoming of a leader, especially to children, is condoned and even rewarded by higher administrators.
The abuse of power will not end until we have strong enforceable laws which hold people in leadership roles accountable for engaging and/or enabling immoral and unethical practices.
The abuse of power will not end until we have strong enforceable laws that honor, respect and protect well intended advocates from being persecuted.
Think about it –
Would you want employees of a school
to feel free to stand up against abuse
imposed upon your own child and/or love ones?
Would you want employees of a school
to keep quiet about abuse
because they fear being terminated and
blacklisted from ever working in the school system?
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