MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TEACHERS UNION BUSTING WITH HIGH PRODUCTION VALUE YOUTUBE CLIP!!!
In Kansas City, deadly betrayal always comes by way of a friendly gesture and a smile.
One more . . .
Killing with kindness is the Kansas City way.
To wit . . .
TAKE A LOOK AT THIS YOUTUBE KCPS ANTI-UNION TEACHER RECRUITING VIDEO THAT IS NICELY PRODUCED, UPBEAT, INSPIRING AND AIMED AT DESTROYING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING POWER FOR KANSAS CITY TEACHERS!!!
An Invitation to Teach in Kansas City
Now check the details which reveal the reality of the promo . . .
"Students in Kansas City deserve a high-quality education. Schools in Kansas City need teachers committed to closing the educational achievement gap, particularly for our city's most underserved students. If you are a teacher who is ready to raise expectations and change the trajectory of Kansas City youth, we ask you to watch our video and consider "An Invitation to Teach in Kansas City."
Learn more about a city where you can live, work, play -- and make an important difference -- at http://kauffmanschool.org, http://kippendeavor.org, and http://www.teachforamerica.org/where-we-work/kansas-city
Of course the pushback from TKC identifying the real nature of this clip is denial, claims inaccuracy or misinterpretation. In public the Administration and the Teachers Union are on the same page and dedicated to KCPS improvement, blah, blah, blah . . .
However . . .
THE REALITY IS THAT MOST OF THE MEMBERS OF THE KANSAS CITY TEACHERS UNION DESPISE "TEACH FOR AMERICA" SCABS AND DENOUNCE THEIR SHODDY WORK!!!
What this video reveals is that big money and a high level of support from the Administration AND The School Board is behind this effort to cut Kansas City Teachers Union membership, influence and standing in the district.
And of course, the real lesson is that all of this bickering among the adults won't change much for students in a district without good prospects of full accreditation any time soon and possibly facing further succession and/or takeover.
DEVELOPING . . .