It's interesting to see how those in "upper management" behave when put into supervisory positions. It's a shame, really, how they let power get to their heads and speak to people like children. It really is true that people who can't teach become administrators; once they get there, they seem to forget how to treat their colleagues professionally. Those who aspire to become administrators never really had it in their hearts to teach.
Would it be redundant to say again I need a new job?
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Saturday, March 10, 2012
I've recently started wondering if I should have filed a lawsuit against my former principal for basically threatening my job because of a vague post on my Facebook. Since I didn't use identifying details, and I didn't post from school using school property, I feel she attempted to intimidate me. She threatened to "put a letter in my file" and "tell the new principal [at the school I was transferring to] about the situation." Perhaps I should have consulted a lawyer at the time. Would it have gotten her reprimanded? I would just want her to admit she was a bitch. Just sayin'.