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Ohio / Re: Teacher abuse in Ohio
« Last post by cubeth77 on November 30, 2013, 09:06:14 PM »
I am sorry to hear of your situation.  There must be so much hurt associated with what you have gone through and continue to go through.  I do not live in Ohio, but Kentucky.  Much of what you have been through has happened to me and I wish I could just wake up from this nightmare, but it is not a nightmare, it is my life.
Family Policy Compliance Office / Re: FERPA
« Last post by admin on November 12, 2009, 01:43:04 PM »
I filed a complaint with FERPA one year ago. I received a form letter stating that they were backlogged and nothing else. The school had refused to allow me to see my son's disciplinary records which were falsified sent to Family Court.

Have you heard anything yet? The Family Policy Compliance Office is notorious for refusing to enforce the law and the courts can't (won't) compel them to enforce the law.
United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights / Re: OCR
« Last post by admin on November 12, 2009, 01:40:43 PM »
Thanks for the information, along with the name of the OCR supervisor. Perhaps if more people come forward and identify these alleged civil servants, perhaps the USDE, Office for Civil Rights might start enforcing the laws that should be protecting students.
Family Policy Compliance Office / FERPA
« Last post by joldham on February 12, 2009, 10:00:53 AM »
I filed a complaint with FERPA one year ago. I received a form letter stating that they were backlogged and nothing else. The school had refused to allow me to see my son's disciplinary records which were falsified sent to Family Court.
United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights / OCR
« Last post by joldham on February 12, 2009, 09:56:29 AM »
I filed two complaints with OCR and they did absolutely nothing to help me. I live in Alabama and my son attends school in the Jefferson County School System. They deny special education students an impartial disciplinary due process hearing. Guilt is determined by the IEP Team, the Team members were evil monstors. My son was assigned to boot camp for the last six weeks of school and he was totally not guilty of the violation. I beleive this was done in retaliation for a complaint I had made to the State Department ( which was a joke too ).
I received several phone calls when my complaint was first received and the caseworker stated that the District was in violation. She seemed very concerned but then something happened and I could not get a response to my messages. The OCR completely ignored my statements and did not investigate. Doris May was the Supervisor.
California / California Teachers Association Declares War On Marriage
« Last post by James Hartline on August 21, 2008, 01:40:38 PM »
The James Hartline Report  Action Center
- On The Frontlines Of The Culture War -
Action Alert !
August 21, 2008
California Teachers Association Declares War On Marriage.
An Uneducated  War By An Uneducated Teachers Union:
California Teachers Association Demands That Voters
Give More Money To A Broken Education System
At The Same Time that This Teachers Union is Funding
 the Homosexual Campaign to Defeat
Prop. 8, the Marriage Protection Act.
On July 17, 2008, California Teachers Association Gives $250,000 To
Homosexual Campaign To Defeat Prop. 8, the Marriage Protection Act.
(JHReport Action Alert)  Recent history has not been kind to families in the state of California.  The past three decades have been filled with the tears of California mothers who have lost their sons to illegal drugs, AIDS, prisons and gang violence.  Over the same time period, many fathers in California have been confronted with the dark reality of their young daughters being raped by repeat sex offenders. And with an insidious regularity, the media continues to report the horrific accounts of California's sons and daughters who have been victimized and murdered by child molesters.  Now, added to all of the miseries that these parents have had to endure, is the shocking news that the California Teachers Association has decided to add to the woes of California families by declaring an all out war against traditional marriage values during this 2008 election season.
     On July 17, 2008, the California Teachers Association Issues PAC contributed $250,000 to an effort by homosexual activists to defeat Prop. 8, the Marriage Protection Act.  Prop. 8 is the state initiative that would amend California's constitution by declaring:  "Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California."   In contributing such a large sum of money to defeat Prop. 8, the California Teachers Association joins some of America's most radicalized homosexual groups in their efforts to stop the Marriage Protection Act. 
     Some of the homosexual groups supporting the No on Prop. 8 campaign have extensive financial ties to the gay pornography industry.  For example, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, a major opponent of Prop. 8, lists Frontiers Newsmagazine as one of its major financial donors.  Frontiers Newsmagazine is one of the biggest promoters of male prostitution and gay pornography in the Los Angeles area.  These are the kinds of groups and people who are determined to permanently enshrine same-sex marriage into law in California by stopping Prop. 8, the Marriage Protection Act.   And these are the kinds of groups that the California Teachers Association is siding with in their war against traditional marriage values in California.
     What makes the California Teachers Association one of the most suspicious of the contributors to the homosexual campaign to stop Prop. 8, is the fact that this particular teachers union is also engaged in a massive and expensive media campaign to manipulate California voters into putting pressure on Republican state legislators to pass the unresolved state budget.  (You can watch the televised advertisement that is paid for by the California Teachers Association here where they are demanding that voters help end the budget impasse so that the tax dollars just keep on flowing into California's broken state-run school system.)
     While the California Teachers Association is throwing hundreds of thousands of dollars down the drain to help dismantle the institution of marriage, it still wants billions of tax dollars to flow into California's dysfunctional education system: an educational system that will be sure to indoctrinate all of its students into embracing the destructiveness of homosexuality as a way of life.  In reality, all that stands in the way of a homosexual takeover of California's educational system is the firewall of Prop. 8.
     The financial attack on traditional marriage values by the California Teachers Association is a disturbing assault on California families who have a constitutional right to determine when, where and how they teach their children about homosexuality.  While the California Teachers Association is demanding that voters help them resolve the budget crisis in Sacramento, they don't seem to have a problem finding huge amounts of money to spend on a vicious war to dismantle the definition of marriage in the state. 
     Why is the California Teachers Association siding with radical homosexual activists rather than helping to strengthen the institution of marriage?  Two different teachers who are members of the teacher's union have confidentially informed the James Hartline Report that they do not know who makes the decisions to spend the union's money on supporting the No on Prop. 8 campaign.  Why is this important?  Because both of these teachers state that a majority of the members of the union do not support spending union dues on such attacks against marriage.
     Whatever misguided ideology is motivating the California Teachers Association in their diabolical attack on marriage, one thing is clear: such an attack at the same time that the teachers union is demanding that married couples help them resolve union fears about the state budget crisis personifies institutional greed and governmental hypocrisy at its worst.
      History will record that the California Teachers Association is no friend to the millions of churchgoers who place their young children into the daily custody of the 304,000 members of this massive and politically-motivated teachers union.  The California Teachers Association could have spent the $250,000 on lunches for poor children or summer camps for disadvantaged youth.  Instead, the priorities of the teachers union in 2008 is greed and the promotion of homosexuality and lesbianism. The California Teachers Association is now demonstrating that they are as uneducated as many of the students they are turning out in their broken educational system.   
     On 07/18/2008, the California Teacher's Association Issues PAC also contributed $100,000 to stopping Prop. 4.  Prop. 4 authorizes parents or the minor's legal guardian to be informed when their young daughters are getting abortions 48 hours prior to the actual abortion being performed.  Why is a teachers union, that is continuously complaining about the need for more money for teacher's salaries, giving such a tremendous sum of money to stopping parents from having the right to know when their young daughters are getting abortions?
    The kind of greed and hypocrisy that the California Teachers Association is now demonstrating via their attacks against marriage and parental rights have no place in California's educational system.  The teachers union cannot have it both ways: they cannot ask millions of Christian voters in the state to help them resolve their budgetary concerns at the same time that they are attacking the very values of Christian voters when it comes to marriage and abortion.  It is time that the California Teachers Association spends more of their energy finding their souls instead of polluting the state with their radicalized anti-family agenda.
     Until the California Teachers Association renounces its involvement with their financing of the destructiveness of the radical homosexual agenda than there is no reason for them to have a state budget to keep their teachers in the classroom.  Voters can no longer afford to sacrifice their children on such an altar of catastrophic attacks by the California Teachers Association.
     The strongest message that California voters can send to the California Teachers Association is for voters to pass both Prop. 8 and Prop. 4 in the upcoming November, 2008 election.  It is time that the California Teachers Association get their priorities in order and leave marriage and parental rights alone.
      You can read the official ballot positions of the California Teachers Association on the state initiatives here.
Take Action!
Contact the Leaders of the California Teachers Association:
Tell Them That You Will Not Support Their Budget Demands
As long as they are funding and supporting the radical
homosexual and abortion agendas.
California Teachers Association Leadership:
President - David A. Sanchez - email:

Vice President - Dean E. Vogel - email:

Secretary-Treasurer - Daniel R. Vaughn - email:

Executive Director - Carolyn Doggett - email:

CTA/NEA Coordination - Jim Rogers - email:

Vote Yes on Prop. 8 and Prop. 4
This has been a James Hartline Report Action Center Action Alert:

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I Am Making My Stand in 2008!
Have You Started Making Yours Yet?
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Fighting For Our Generation
Ohio / Teacher abuse in Ohio
« Last post by hunt4u on November 13, 2007, 06:02:28 AM »
I would like to hear from other teachers in Ohio who have suffered from abuse, harrasment, unfair evaluations, and unfair reprimands.  I think we have a serious problem in Ohio and it needs to be addressed!  I was recently put on administration leave after my supervisor assaulted me in my classroom when I asked her to please wait for my attroney to arrive before we had our meeting.  She is still working and I sit at home!  My school district uses bully tactics, harrasment, and abuse to keep the teachers quiet.  You can't talk to board meetings for fear of losing your job.  I would like to speak to others in Ohio going through the same thing.  Is there help for us?
Connecticut / Re: Judges react to court access proposals
« Last post by admin on September 26, 2006, 06:50:14 PM »
In the Middletown, Conn.

It has been deliberately said yesterday that "If the Judicial Branch's own recommendations to make the court system more accessible to the public are to become accepted practice, they will require the support of the state's approximately 185 judges.

As for this statement, there is an access to the people if this proposals is bringout to the open air.  If, the state's agree with this kind of proposals there would be any problem in legalizing this proposals. As also been raised, I have seen on T.V. that cameras in court is also prone to educate the public, and been a great help.


Posts that do not fit elsewhere / Toxic Workplaces / Workplace Bullies
« Last post by gerryduffett on July 29, 2006, 10:41:06 AM »

Jan 11 2005

Wow what an experience.
I was employed at Gal Power Systems in Mississauga to work on diesel generator systems.
I was working on a pair of 16 v 92 Detroit diesel generator sets at 4160 volt at a facility called the South West Regional Centre in Chatham Ontario.
I was requested by the project manager Moe Gallick of the Ontario Realty Corporation to supply and install some fuel system components at an Ontario Provincial Police transmitter tower close by.
When I went there to do the work I saw that this was an old abandoned site no longer in use.
I was let into the building and began work.
As I was working I noticed the building had a an unusual amount of rat poison or toxic chemicals distributed inside the building.
No breathing equipment or protective clothing were supplied by either my employer Gal Power Systems , The Ontario Realty Corporation or the Ontario Provincial Police.
Mr Gallick did not spend very much time in the building.
I did not complete the work.
Shortly after this I had to seek medical attention within the Ministry of Health and was off work for close to a year.
This was a deliberate act.
I almost died.
This act of incompetence was the end of a series of poisonings that started a couple of years earlier when I was working at Harper Detroit Diesel on a project at Mississauga Hydro , probably continued when I
was hired by Thomson Technology in British Columbia and almost ended in my death at Gal Power Systems.
Talk about bad politics or a toxic work place.
That's kind of the ultimate.
Some people say there is no corruption here in Canada.
The harassment in my workplaces to date with snide and off colour comments about my mental health are unbelievable and intolerable.
There is much more to the story.

Gerry Duffett
14-4218 Lawrence Ave E Box 218
Scarborough Ontario
Canada M1E4X9

Pager # 416-612-5689
Nevada / Nevada Governor race
« Last post by Resident of Nevada on July 18, 2006, 10:07:14 AM »
Lorraine Hunt has promised increased funding for education if elected Governor of Nevada.   She speaks about it on her website.
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