This week, Jimmy Gittings, president of PSASA, AFSA Local 25, was quoted in the Baltimore Sun defending principals, some of whom were recently accused by the CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools, Andrés Alonso of cheating to improve test scores instead of receiving support in their role as school leaders.
“Our test scores go up, our principals are asked why — they’re chastised and punished. Our test scores go down, our principals are asked why, and chastised and punished. There’s a disconnection, a lack of communication.”
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