, who teaches physics at Bunnell High School in Stratford, was among the teachers quoted in a published article wondering where Gov. Dannel Malloy got his ideas on teacher tenure.
The Connecticut Post’s Linda Conner Lambeck quoted Record criticizing Malloy for the governor’s comment that teachers earn tenure by just showing up for work for four years and then they keep their jobs without concern for how well they teach.
Not so, said the employee and other teachers, who blasted the governor for not knowing how the state’s teacher certification process works.
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