Vitti has also done some things that make me scratch my head and there seems to be a disconnect from his message that teachers are to be treated as valued colleagues by principals rather than as easily replaceable cogs but the short is he’s been there for less than a year and I am not ready to give up on him because like most young teachers don’t, he probably still doesn’t know what he doesn’t know.
Then think about this who in their right mind would want to go to work at a school that had just fired half its staff? Wouldn’t they constantly be thinking am I next? Who needs that? When the economy turns around nobody will.