Grade My Teacher
October 12, 2010 by staff
Grade My Teacher, The unity of Gangwon-do Union Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union sent the Gangwon-do Office of Education in 2010 the list of demands for collective bargaining, which includes items pertaining to permit continued employment of education workers invovled with embezzlement, quality adjustment, and sexual offenses, even. Applications were sent three times to the superintendent of schools.
On October 11 National Assembly Representative Kim Se-yeon (Grand National Party), a member of the committee on education, science and technology, said the demand for collective bargaining, that his office has received the Union calls for the elimination of the indefinite transfer of education employees punished for crimes, including embezzlement, quality adjustment, and sexual offenses, which have no relationship to their schools or jobs. This seems to lay the foundation for the continued employment of teachers who commit crimes if those crimes are not related to their schools or jobs.
Rep. Kim said, “their claims are so outrageous the Board of Education has confirmed on two occasions, and said there was no mistake, these are really their claims … I want how quality adjustment may have no connection with the school. In regard to sexual offenses, even if they are not committed against a student, students will be unhappy if the teacher does not pass … they have lost all common sense. ”
Among other requirements for teachers to receive training, and assessments on the basis of agreements rather than the results of training, and ending evaluations of job performance. In addition, union representatives in each school should be allowed to decide whether or not to assume teaching duties in order to concentrate on certain trade union activities.
Rep. Kim said: “When a school superintendendant Union was elected, the Union has acted as if she had no restrictions and now claims devoid of common sense.”
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