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The mother of the ...
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A recent New York Times ...
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I don't comment on these articles but.... these salaries are offensive to say the least. In the proposed school budget is this category INSERVICE TRAINING - INSTRUCTION of which, if passed the taxpayers will pay $532,309 (Five hundred thirty two thousand three hundred and nine dollars) for “Staff development and training including professional growth and
development teacher projects, teacher
conferences and workshops, administrative PG&Ds,
training instructors and consultants, future
administrator academy, BOCES staff development
opportunities, NYS assessment training, anti‐bullying
training, math, science and social studies staff development.” Leadership starts at the top. Does Mr. Hochman or the board talk to the staff and ask do they really get anything out of this expenditure? Our President Barack Obama once said of the budget process, “we do need the scalpel, because there are some programs that don't work at all.’’ Has the Board or Mr. Hochman followed President Obama’s advice or are they just inserting numbers into the budget without taking a hard look at each line in the budget? Superintendents should be the eyes and ears for a school board since they are on campus the most. Is this happening at all? It is time for big changes to come from the board. Taxpayers have had enough and it is time for Mr. Hochman to resign.
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