SHOW-ME MISSOURI GETTING BEHIND TEACHER TENURE ELIMINATION!!!
Check news round-up from Missouri revealing a great many voters in this state basically mobilizing against teacher's unions . . .
KSDK.com: Backers of an initiative petition to eliminate teacher tenure and base employment on student achievement have submitted signatures to get the measure on the November ballot.
STL Post-Dispatch: Teach Great, the group supporting the proposal to eliminate tenure and instead base teacher employment on student achievement, said it turned in more than 275,000 signatures to the secretary of state's office.
Republic: It would end tenure protections for teachers and some other school staff by limiting their contracts to three years.
STL Public Radio: “Teach Great,” the group’s initiative-petition effort has largely been financed by financier Rex Sinquefield.
The crackdown is harsh but likely and notice the KCPS leaders have been strangely quiet on mounting opposition to this measure.
Developing . . .