Who will replace these services? Teachers of course. They will just have to fit it in between lock down drills, and target practice.
And, if the teachers don't go along with this latest scheme, those frivolous and unimportant services can be outsourced to private for profit companies. Here's an idea, just get rid of the for profit, private companies already running the cafeterias and the janitorial services and let the teachers take over those jobs too.
That's what's known as "efficiency." Sounds like a plan.
As New Jersey Jazzman points out, it worked for Halliburton.
From New Jersey Jazzman
Why Is NJ BOE Targeting Special Ed Case Workers?
I've received a white paper dated February 22, 2013, from a coalition of stakeholders
- Disability Rights New Jersey (DRNJ)
- Education Law Center (ELC)
- NJ Association of Learning Consultants (NJALC)
- NJ Association of School Psychologists (NJASP)
- NJ Association of School Social Workers (NJASSW)
- NJ Association of Speech Language Specialists (NJASLS)
- NJ Parent Advocates
- New Jersey Education Association (NJEA)
- NJ Special Education Practitioners
- Special Education Clinic at Rutgers University School of Law - Newark
- Special Education Leadership Council of NJ
- Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN)
- The Arc of New Jersey
aimed at the heart of the state's public school system
convince the greedy, lying corrupt politicians and
corporations this is not in the best interests of
New Jersey's children or the communities they live in?
Ask the shareholders of Enron.