The answer, to be blunt, is to butt out.
If you are such a great teacher, you would mind your own
business instead of trying to stir up trouble yourself.
On 6/08/13, anon wrote:
> I would like to get an administrator's perspective about
> our situation at work. We have two teachers at our school
> who are causing a lot of trouble but our principal won't
> get rid of them. They both gossip tremendously, complain
> about everything, and are causing a lot of division in our
> teams. They are also mediocre classroom teachers without
> classroom management and inability to collaborate with our
> special education department.
> The principal won't get rid of them because one teacher led
> a team of students to win first place in a regional science
> competition taking the students to the nationals. The other
> teacher has great connections with theater programs and
> puts together decent plays.
> Are these accomplishments worth putting up with these two
> teachers who cause so much problems? By the way, both are
> new teachers and can be fired without reason.
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