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(For a national view of public education reform see the end of this blog post)

Teachers Paid to Just Sit in a Room Doing Nothing?:

While it requires only a rudimentary education to spot the daily blatant distortions that Fox News KTTV 11 puts out in lieu of any real, truthful, and unbias reporting, the fact that Fox News successfully continues to get away with this travesty passed off as the "news" is a powerful testament as to just how far the average America has gone down from being educated in a manner that LAUSD students and their parents of the 1950s and 1960s took for granted.

As I described in the prior post about Fox 11 KTTV News concerning morally challenged "Reporter" Daniel Leighton, what Fox does is pander to the deep seeded ignorance and prejudices of its listening audience, while requiring no critical analysis of itself or of its audience that seems incapable, because of its own LAUSD "education," replete with not even basic skills of critical analysis, to make them aware of the rational contradictions of virtually everything Fox 11 KTTV says. It is not out of the realm of the possible to imagine a Fox ad campaign with the slogan, "Fox News, well thought and objective analysis never gets in the way.

In looking below at the following Fox 11 KTTV News report on rubber room teachers, let's review the evidence in this story of clear biases and manipulation that permeate it and realize that those listening to it are presently incapable of either seeing this or entering into an intelligent discussion on public education or any other subject. LAUSD and public school districts like it around the country have already succeeded through their malfeasance in making Fox the leading source of "news" in the United States by making an audience for Fox that is unfettered with concerns dealing with any form of critical analysis based on reality.

Given that I myself am presently experiencing similar treatment to that which George Jauregui and the 265 others have been subjected to, I would like to analyze the Fox piece the way I would expect my students to be able to do, which in the final analysis has a great deal to do with explaining why I was removed from the anti-intellectual environment that is LAUSD and UTLA.

From the beginning of the "news" story, Fox defines the acceptable boundaries of its audience's engagement by entitling the story about incarcerated teachers (rubber rooms teachers), Money for Nothing. This assumes as a given that all teachers are voluntarily sitting in LAUSD Local District Offices because they don't want to work or are being kept in rubber rooms for actually having done something wrong. Nothing could be further from the easily ascertainable truth, which Fox never concerns itself with.

An interesting and unquestioned tacit assumption of rubber rooms is that as long as LAUSD continues to pay teachers, they are free to violate their civil rights and treat them in a manner not too different than Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo. This made me wonder if President Obama might not be able to avoid criticism for not living up to his campaign promise to close Guantanamo, if he just paid the detainees a salary- just kidding. Is there any substitute for due process,  speedy trial, the right to be confronted in a timely manner by your accusers, and having a clear chain of custody of items that 3 years hence can be used against you without even minimal legal safeguards that one would think any person in this country is entitled to.

As the Fox piece begins the audience is focused by the anchorman who talks about teachers who could be accused of anything: incompetence, drug use, or sexual involvement with a student, but never mentions is that the majority of the 265 teachers in rubber rooms when John Deasy came into power are being incarcerated because:

1. They are about to vest with lifetime health benefits under the LAUSD Rule of 80, where they will get lifetime health benefits when their age and years of service equals 80. Could the fact that LAUSD already has $15 billion in unfunded but already vested benefits have anything to do with why a teacher is being harassed in rubber rooms to quit? Not according to anything Fox News of LAUSD is willing to admit. The actuarial value of my own such rights to lifetime health benefits, which I am less than 100 days away from vesting in, is $250,000. Would LAUSD harass top of the salary scale teachers just to get rid of them and save money? Nah.

2. The fact that LAUSD with the complicit of teacher union UTLA are the ones stalling the due process rights of rubber room teachers that could bring this incarceration to a quick end is never mentioned. In my own case, Richard Schwab of UTLA attorneys Trygstad, Schwab & Trygstad immediately agreed to a 10 month continuance to an Office of Administrative Hearings procedure that I had a statutory right to be heard within 60 days. Furthermore, the UTLA/LAUSD Collective Bargaining Agreement under Article VII clearly authorizes the union to aggregate multiple similar claims of its members in forcing timely decisions. This is something they never do. Why?

3. The Fox piece talks about ripped off taxpayers by this rubber room procedure of harassment that is really designed to get teachers to quit, which more have than at any other time according to State Teachers' Retirement System (STRS). So is it the powerless teacher who has created this protracted process or LAUSD colluding with the union UTLA?

4. The Fox story mentions that naked photos of George Jauregui and an ex-student were found on 2 of the computers he turned in...3 years after the fact. Does Fox question why it took 3 years to get a search warrant? Does it say whether LAUSD can show legal chain of custody on the computers. Oh, and by the way, Jauregui says it never took place. Assuming it did, no explanation is sought or offered for why it took 3 years. Again, it is clear that any unsubstantiated allegation having anything to do with improper sexual behavior and students have an immediate stigma against the teacher that make it virtually impossible for them to fight. The Fox audience process goes something like this, "If LAUSD locked up the teacher, they must have been guilty of something."

5. In an interview with Superintendent Deasy, he says, "We wait until the case is completed or taken a look at." Sounds like a rather open ended and casual process in dealing with the incarceration of teachers and the destruction of their professional livelihood without due process of law. And again, the civil rights of a teacher, as long as you continue to pay them or in my case where I am now on unpaid administrative leave with no adjudication of my guilt or innocence after over a year, is just fine with Deasy/LAUSD and UTLA President Warren Fletcher who seems to be in a little over his head, which he accommodates to by not responding to emails, letters, or phone calls.

6. Then in the middle of the Fox piece, we have an unidentified nice middle class White woman say, "I never knew there was such a place," almost like surrogate-cheerleader for the Fox audience to tell them what they should be thinking if their minds have wandered. 

7. Like LAUSD, Fox is the master of the non-specific. We are told, Teachers are removed if they are in trouble or under investigation. What kind of trouble? Investigation for what? Could this trouble simply be that you are trouble for the principal in that you question LAUSD corrupt practices that continue to destroy Black and Latino students? What is a reasonable time for investigation and what specifically needs investigating. These are questions that LAUSD will never answer until compelled to and which Fox News and the rest of mainstream media and Broad and Gates funded NPR have never posed.

8.In the incessant attack on rubber room teachers by LAUSD and echoed and magnified by Fox News, there is not even a hint that any of these teachers could be anything but guilty. Whistle blowers, engaging in free speech, trying to motivate students to think instead of copy and parrot have never seen the light of day in any mainstream media story. All that Fox News does that is different is completely ignore any notion that they are unbias.

9. As to why George Jauregui is only now being confronted with allegations of sexual impropriety, this is glossed over by saying that LAPD "could not get the victim to cooperate." Therefore, the D.A. would not file charges. Does one really need a minor to "cooperate" in a case of statutory rape? If there is no evidence against Jauregui, under what authority does LAUSD with the complicity of UTLA, hold Jauregui in a rubber room for 3 years?

10. A very personable Superintendent John Deasy believes that, "This process could move much faster. He goes on to say that, "It is completely ridiculous that it takes this long." What he doesn't say is that it is LAUSD policy and not UTLA or the judicial system that drags these proceedings on, because the really don't have much of a case against any of the rubber room teachers. All LAUSD is doing is using the rubber rooms to emotionally and physically assault teachers to the point that they will quit, which limits, lessens, or completely eliminates LAUSD's contractual obligations to these teachers. As of this writing and substantiation by STRS, this policy is working pretty well for LAUSD. From their point of view it must be, if it's not broken, why fix it.

Of course, the Fox piece on rubber rooms has a kind of happy ending for Fox's listeners in that the Fox anchor says that LAUSD is now in the final process of dismissing Jauregui.Subtext: This couldn't have been done without Fox leading edge investigative journalism. Whether George Jauregui and others are guilty of anything remains a topic never delved into. What is more disturbing for me is the mindless conformity that is dominating our society more and more, while progressives think they will be able to turn things around with logic and other intellectual disciplines long forgotten by Fox News and other groups like it.. .

Now let's take a look at what finally made it to the air. Let me know if I missed any other subliminal messages. And remember folks, this a Fox 11 KTTV Reporter Daniel Leighton's idea of a balanced piece of Fox journalism. And why didn't I "trust" him?

Teachers Paid to Just Sit in a Room Doing Nothing?:

LA Progressive

Dick Price and Sharon Kyle
Dick and Sharon
Dick and Sharon are a pair of citizen journalists and information activists who were fed up with mainstream media. Rather than just kvetch about the media, they decided to try to become the media. So, together they founded the LA Progressive. Dick is the editor and Sharon is the publisher and webmaster, handling all technical aspects of the site.

This site was launched in March 2008, with Dick and Sharon doing most of the writing. Today, a host of gifted writers contribute to the LA Progressive's daily offering which typically amounts to about 45 articles a week. Dick and Sharon continue to write for as well as edit and publish the LA Progressive and distribute its daily e-news each morning.

o Scott Coe Riverside, California
Excellent Video Interview about Professor Coe

Assistant Professor of English at Riverside Community College and former high school English teacher. She is the author of Teacher at Point Blank and has been a teacher of English and literature in California since 1991. Her writing on intersections of gender, violence, and education has appeared in the Los Angeles Times as well as literary venues including Hotel Amerika, Fourth Genre, River Teeth, Ninth Letter, Memoir(and), Bitter Oleander, and Green Mountains Review. Her essay, "Recovering Teacher," won the NCTE 2009 Donald Murray Prize, and other selections of her work have received a Pushcart Special Mention as well as Notable listings in Best American Essays 2009 and 2010. As an independent researcher, Jo authored and published the most extensive study to-date of Adams v. LAUSD, a nearly 10-year legal case of student-on-teacher sexual harassment, in (Re)Interpretations: The Shapes of Justice in Women's Experience (Cambridge Scholars Press). Jo values the aesthetic, political, and socially transformative powers of literary narrative--especially to dispel unhealthy silences and witness cultural blindspots. She works currently as an assistant professor of English at Riverside Community College in SoCal, and her book, Teacher at Point Blank (Aunt Lute 2010), has been selected as a Great Read for Fall 2010 by Ms. Magazine. Punk rock? Yes. Hockey games? Yes. Coffee? Always black. Find Jo on the web at and on Twitter @joscottcoe.

Betsy Combier New York, New York
Betsy Combier's blog
is a jewel that chronicles the corruption in NYC's Dept of Educations (DOE)  . She has accomplished a wonderful piece of journalism, and created one of the rare places where corrupt educational governance is chronicled and revealed

Professor Samuel Culbert Los Angeles, California
is a professor at the UCLA Andersen School of Business who also teaches in the Education Department's Principals' Leadership Institute. Check out the following 3 minutes on ABC News

Stuart Goldurs Los Angeles, Califonia
Don't send LAUSD Librarians to the Inquisition, send the downtown bureaucrats
Tests, What Are They Good For? Absolutely Nothing!

LAUSD students to attend school on contaminated land, again!
Some schools teach only to the tests, so how are the students being prepared for the next grade and for life?
New LAUSD superintendent adds six-figure positions to management team

Has been a teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District for 30 years. He is greatly aware of the district waste, large bureaucracy, and other major issues of the time. He started his blog with the sole purpose of informing the world about the truths of education in LAUSD. E-mail him at:

LAUSD has selected a new Superintendent of Schools

Karen Horwitz Chicago, Illinois

Former award winning teacher who co-founded NAPTA, National Association for the Prevention of Teacher Abuse, and wrote the book White Chalk Crime: The REAL Reason Schools Fail to expose how teacher harassment and terrorization maintains a system of deeply hidden corruption. Disposing of dedicated teachers forms the core of the White Chalk Criminal's agenda since dedication and white collar crime do not mix. Given that all agree that good teachers are essential to good teaching, a system that cannot tolerate good teachers is worthless. This is what we have in place. With Bernie Madoff-like leaders - he was as much about investing as our school leaders are about educating - anointed with unlimited power, including the ability to fill the airwaves with propaganda, education is no longer about education. It is about money and power for those who play a very corrupt game and with an agenda of privatizing schools so their power will increase. (Privatization may have merits. NAPTA does not take a position on that. But privatizing a system that is rotten to its core - where quality teaching cannot survive, where a cover up of pretense that they do not know this despite so many of us reporting these truths prevails - documents that those advocating privatization cannot be trusted! It shows they want our schools for their own interests, not the children, nor the community.)  NAPTA welcomes parents, teachers, students, citizens or anyone who understands that without a real system of education, we no longer have a democracy. Membership is free. Go to:  or Become educated about what is going on. 

Jerry Mintz Director
Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO)
417 Roslyn Rd., Roslyn Hts., NY  11577

For those of you who cannot wait for corrupt public education to be turned around, AERO offers an excellent source to get connected with viable alternatives right now.
            800-769-4171       (domestic)
            516-621-2195       (international)

Susan Ohanian Charlotte, Vermont
She is a longtime public school teacher who, after 20 years, became staff writer for a teacher magazine and then went freelance. I've maintained a website of activism for nearly 9 years--ever since the passage of NCLB. People can subscribe to the website and then they get updates about new content. I answer all the mail I get through the website and with the answer, people have my e-mail.  I also try to stir things up on Twitter, though I find this medium frustrating. I have a Facebook page--just so people can find me. I don't initiate anything on it, The website keeps me busy.

Susan Lee Schwartz Suffern, New York

Susan studied literacy education, English literature, and fine arts and holds a BA ('63) and MS ('65) from Brooklyn College, and has the equivalent of two master's degrees, earned in graduate studies of literacy, arts and education. She taught literacy skills and art, for four decades in NYC in elementary and secondary school.  In 1998 she won the New York State English Council (NYSEC) Educator of Excellence Award  for her successful teacher practice, studied by Harvard  and the LRDC at the University of Pittsburgh for the New Standards research. At the end of her research, her unique curriculum was selected by the LRDC to be used in their national staff development seminars for school superintendents. She was among six teachers -- from among the thousands across the nation-- observed during the research project, and her teaching practice met all the  principles of learning. In the nineties, she rose to prominence in national educational circles, while teaching at a new magnet school, East Side Middle School. The reading scores of her seventh grade students were at the top of the city, and on the first ELA, which two thirds of city students failed, her former students (then in the eight grade) were TENTH IN THE STATE.

 She writes often about what she learned about the genuine standards for learning, in an attempt to begin a national conversation about the authentic standards, so that there can be genuine reform. Her experience that ended her fine career in the NYC Public Schools has led her to write about the process that removed the top educators, silencing the voices of the classroom practitioners who would not accept anti-learning policies. Her essay here on Perdaily,  is one that describes this process. Read more as she talks about education, literacy  and learning on her site, from the perspective of the experienced teacher-practitioner of pedagogy. She is the voice of dedicated and talented classroom teachers who know why the schools are failing.

Her website is:

Joel Shatzky: Brooklyn, New York
Professor of English Emeritus--SUNY, College at Cortland (1968-2005)
Adjunct instructor-Kingsborough CC (CUNY) 2006--   )
Regular contributor to the Huffington Post:
Author of "The Thinking Crisis" with Ellen Hill (Authors Choice Press: New York, 2001)
Numerous articles on education in Jewish Currents.
Script-writer for three YouTube satires on educational "reform."
 "The Lessons":
"Numbers Lie":
"The Charter Starters":<>

Here's Joel's latest post about the low percentage of "college ready" high school graduates.

Lorna Stremcha Havre, Montana


"I know first hand the financial, personal, emotional and physical damage that can result when school administrators, the Montana Education Association and the National Education Association put their own interests above the students, teachers and the taxpayers of the State of Montana My files contain mountains of paperwork including depositions, declarations of truth, notarized documents and exhibits resulting from an arduous legal process that finally ended when the Havre (Montana) School District settled two lawsuits - a Federal suit and one filed in State District Court. These documents also include a letter from a union representative stating, " This is nothing more than a witch hunt." Yet the union continued to allow the school administration to harass, bully and bring harm to me.
These two lawsuits resulted from a single incident that, had it been handled differently and under the light of public scrutiny, would not have snowballed into awards of more than $200,000 worth of damages. Funds that eventually came from the taxpayers' pockets. Ironically, as a taxpayer in Hill County, my family and I are helping to pay for the damages awarded to me. This covered the attorneys' fees. The settlement did not include my attorney fees, however the district, insurance and taxpayers paid the defendants attorney bills, which exceeded mine. The settlement was made on March 2, 2006."

Lois Weiner Jersey City, New Jersey
Professor, Elementary and Secondary Education
New Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Blvd.
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
Democracy Now
Impact of urban school characteristics on teachers' classroom practice
How race, class, and gender mediate academic achievement
Teachers' work and the school as a workplace. Effects of changes in global political economy on teaching, teachers, and schools

(Para una visión nacional de la reforma de la educación pública ver el final de esta entrada del blog)

Los maestros pagados a sentarse en una habitación no hacer nada:

A pesar de que sólo requiere una educación rudimentaria para detectar las distorsiones evidentes que a diario Fox News KTTV 11 pone en el lugar de cualquier información real, veraz, y unbias, el hecho de que Fox News continúa exitosamente a salir con esta parodia pasar por el " noticias "es un testimonio poderoso en cuanto a lo lejos el promedio de América ha bajado de ser educados de una manera que los estudiantes del LAUSD ya sus padres de los años 1950 y 1960 daba por sentado.

Como describí en el mensaje antes de Fox 11 Noticias KTTV sobre moralmente cuestionado "Reporter" Daniel Leighton , lo que Fox no es complacer a la profunda ignorancia y los prejuicios sembrados de sus oyentes, mientras que no requiere de un análisis crítico de sí mismo o de su público que parece incapaz, por su propia LAUSD "educación", repleta de habilidades más básicas, no de análisis crítico, para que tomen conciencia de las contradicciones racional de prácticamente todo lo que dice Fox 11 KTTV. No está fuera de la esfera de lo posible imaginar una campaña publicitaria de Fox con el lema, "Fox News, bien pensado y el análisis objetivo no se interpone en el camino.

Al mirar por debajo de los siguientes Fox informe del 11 de Noticias KTTV de maestros cuarto de goma, vamos a revisar la evidencia en esta historia de prejuicios clara y manipulación que se impregnan y dan cuenta de que los oyentes de que son actualmente incapaces de bien ver esta o entrar en una inteligente discusión sobre la educación pública o cualquier otro tema. LAUSD y distritos de escuelas públicas como en todo el país que ya han logrado a través de su mala conducta en la toma de Fox la principal fuente de "noticias" en los Estados Unidos al hacer una audiencia para Fox que es libre de preocupaciones frente a cualquier forma de análisis crítico sobre la base de la realidad.

Ya que yo mismo estoy experimentando actualmente un trato similar al que George Jáuregui y otros 265 han sido sometidos, me gustaría analizar la pieza Fox la forma en que se esperaría a mis estudiantes a ser capaces de hacer, que en última instancia, ha mucho que ver con la explicación de por qué fue retirado del medio ambiente anti-intelectual que es el LAUSD y UTLA.

Desde el principio de la "noticia", Fox define los límites aceptables de la participación de su audiencia al otorgarle el derecho de la historia de los maestros encarcelados (salas de profesores de goma), dinero para nada. Esto supone como un hecho que todos los profesores de forma voluntaria sentada en las oficinas del LAUSD del Distrito Local, ya que no quieren trabajar o se mantienen en las salas de goma para realmente tener algo hecho mal. Nada podría estar más lejos de la realidad fácilmente comprobable, que nunca se ocupa de Fox.

Un supuesto tácito de interés e incuestionable de habitaciones de goma es que mientras el LAUSD sigue pagar a los maestros, ellos son libres de violar sus derechos civiles y los tratan de una manera no muy diferente a la de Abu Ghraib o Guantánamo. Esto me hizo preguntarme si el presidente Obama podría no ser capaz de evitar las críticas por no cumplir con su promesa electoral de cerrar Guantánamo, si acaba de pagar un salario a los detenidos-es broma. ¿Hay algún sustituto para el debido proceso, juicio rápido, el derecho a que se enfrentan de manera oportuna por sus acusadores, y tener una clara cadena de custodia de los elementos que tres años por lo tanto puede ser usado en su contra sin las garantías jurídicas mínimas que uno creo que ninguna persona en este país tiene derecho.

A medida que la pieza de Fox comienza la audiencia se concentra por el presentador que habla de los maestros que podrían ser acusados ​​de nada: la incompetencia, el uso de drogas o relaciones sexuales con un estudiante, pero nunca se menciona es que la mayoría de los 265 profesores en las salas de goma cuando John Deasy llegó al poder se están encarcelados debido a que:

1. Están a punto de chaleco con beneficios para la salud de por vida bajo la Regla 80 del LAUSD, donde sus hijos recibirán beneficios de por vida la salud cuando su edad y años de servicio es igual a 80. ¿Podría el hecho de que el LAUSD ya tiene $ 15 mil millones en beneficios, pero sin fondos ya creados tienen nada que ver con por qué un maestro es objeto de acoso en las salas de goma para dejar de fumar? No de acuerdo con nada de Fox News de LAUSD está dispuesto a admitir. El valor actuarial de mis propios derechos como beneficios para la salud de por vida, que soy menos de 100 días de carencia en el, es de $ 250.000. Se LAUSD acosar a la parte superior de la escala salarial de los maestros sólo para deshacerse de ellos y ahorrar dinero? Nah.

2. El hecho de que el LAUSD con la complicidad de los sindicatos de docentes UTLA son los que se cale el derecho al debido proceso de los maestros cuarto de goma que podría traer esta prisión a un rápido final no se menciona nunca. En mi caso, Richard Schwab de UTLA abogados Trygstad, Schwab & Trygstad accedió de inmediato a un aplazamiento de 10 meses una Oficina de Audiencias Administrativas procedimiento que tenía el derecho legal a ser escuchado dentro de 60 días. Además, el Acuerdo UTLA / LAUSD negociación colectiva en virtud del artículo VII autoriza claramente la unión de agregar múltiples demandas similares de sus miembros para obligar a tomar decisiones oportunas. Esto es algo que nunca lo hacen. ¿Por qué?

3. Las conversaciones sobre la pieza de Fox estafado a los contribuyentes por este procedimiento en la sala de goma de acoso que está realmente diseñado para que los profesores a dejar de fumar, que tienen más que en cualquier otro momento de acuerdo al Sistema de Retiro para Maestros del Estado (RTS). Por lo que es el maestro sin poder, que ha creado este proceso prolongado o en connivencia con el LAUSD UTLA sindicato?

4. La historia de Fox menciona que las fotos desnudas de Jorge Jáuregui y un ex estudiante se encontraron en dos de los equipos se volvió in .. 3 años después del hecho. Fox pone en duda por qué se tardó tres años para obtener una orden de registro? Qué decir si el LAUSD puede mostrar la cadena legal de la custodia en los equipos. Ah, y por cierto, Jáuregui dice que nunca tuvo lugar. Suponiendo que así fuera, ninguna explicación es solicitado, u ofrecido por qué se tardó 3 años. Una vez más, está claro que cualquier acusación sin fundamento de tener algo que ver con la conducta sexual inapropiada y los estudiantes tienen un estigma en contra de inmediato a la maestra que hacen que sea virtualmente imposible para ellos para pelear. El proceso de audiencia de Fox es algo como esto: "Si LAUSD encerrado el profesor, que debe haber sido culpable de algo."

5. En una entrevista con el Superintendente Deasy, dice, "Esperamos hasta que el caso se haya completado o echado un vistazo a". Suena como un proceso más abierto e informal en el trato con el encarcelamiento de los maestros y la destrucción de sus medios de vida profesional sin el debido proceso de ley. Y una vez más, los derechos civiles de un maestro, siempre y cuando continúe a pagar o en mi caso donde yo estoy ahora en licencia administrativa sin sueldo con el no enjuiciamiento de mi inocencia o culpabilidad después de más de un año, está muy bien con Deasy / LAUSD y el presidente de UTLA Fletcher Warren, que parece estar en un poco más la cabeza, que se acomoda a al no responder a correos electrónicos, cartas o llamadas telefónicas.

6. Luego, en el centro de la pieza de Fox, tenemos una buena mujer no identificada de la clase media blanca dice: "No sabía que era un lugar", casi como sustituto-animador de la audiencia de Fox para decirles lo que deben estar pensando si su mente se han desviado.

7. Al igual que el LAUSD, Fox es el maestro de la no específica. Se nos dice que los maestros se eliminan si están en problemas o bajo investigación. ¿Qué tipo de problemas? Investigación ¿para qué? ¿Podría este problema simplemente que son un problema para el principal en que se cuestionan las prácticas corruptas del LAUSD que siguen destruyendo los estudiantes Negro y Latino? ¿Qué es un plazo razonable para la investigación y lo que específicamente las necesidades de la investigación. Estas son preguntas que el LAUSD no responderá hasta que obligados a, y que Fox News y el resto de medios de comunicación y NPR financiado Amplio y Gates han planteado nunca.

8.In el ataque incesante de los maestros cuarto de goma por el LAUSD y se hizo eco y magnificada por Fox News, no hay ni siquiera un indicio de que alguno de estos profesores puede ser más que culpable. Denunciantes, la participación en la libertad de expresión, tratando de motivar a los estudiantes a pensar en lugar de copiar y loro nunca han visto la luz del día en cualquier corriente historia de los medios. Todo lo que hace Fox News que es diferente es ignorar por completo cualquier idea de que son unbias.

9. En cuanto a por qué George Jauregui recién ahora se enfrenta a acusaciones de conducta sexual inapropiada, esto es pasado por alto por decir que LAPD "no se pudo obtener de la víctima a cooperar." Por lo tanto, el fiscal no presentaría cargos. ¿Realmente necesita un menor de edad a "cooperar" en un caso de violación de menores? Si no hay ninguna evidencia en contra de Jáuregui, en virtud de qué autoridad se LAUSD con la complicidad de UTLA, mantenga Jáuregui en una habitación de goma de 3 años?

10. Una muy agradable superintendente John Deasy cree que, "Este proceso podría avanzar mucho más rápido. Él sigue diciendo que:" Es completamente ridículo que se necesita tanto tiempo. "Lo que no dice es que es política y no LAUSD UTLA o el sistema judicial que arrastra en el presente procedimiento, ya que la realidad no tienen mucho de un caso en contra de cualquiera de los profesores de goma habitación. Todos los LAUSD está haciendo es utilizar las salas de goma a los maestros asalto emocional y físicamente, hasta el punto que se cerrará, lo que limita, disminuye o elimina por completo las obligaciones contractuales del LAUSD para estos profesores. A partir de este escrito y la justificación por STRS, esta política está funcionando bastante bien para el LAUSD. Desde su punto de vista debe ser, si no está roto, ¿para qué arreglarlo.

Por supuesto, la pieza de Fox en las salas de goma tiene una especie de final feliz para los oyentes de Fox en el que el ancla de Fox dice que el LAUSD se encuentra ahora en el proceso final de despedir a Jauregui.Subtext: Esto no se podría haber hecho sin borde Fox dirigiendo la investigación periodismo. Si George Jáuregui y otros son culpables de nada sigue siendo un tema que nunca se adentró en. ¿Qué es más preocupante para mí es la conformidad sin sentido que domina nuestra sociedad cada vez más, mientras que los progresistas piensan que van a ser capaz de girar alrededor piensa con la lógica y otras disciplinas intelectuales en el olvido por Fox News y otros grupos, como es .. .

Ahora echemos un vistazo a lo que finalmente lo hizo al aire. Déjame saber si me perdí algún mensaje subliminal otros. Y recuerda a la gente, la idea de este un Fox 11 KTTV reportero Daniel Leighton de una pieza equilibrada del periodismo Fox. Y ¿por qué no "confiar" en él?

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