How dare she!
Cyndy Taymore Retweeted
5h5 hours ago
“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” - Martin Luther King, Jr. #mlkday
This is the same superintendent who allowed and contributed largely for the following to happen and was promoted with a larger salary by the corrupt school committee/mayor instead of being held accountable:
Not Accountable for nothing.Cyndy Taymore.
Sadly, this just scratches the surface. It is so much worse than you could imagine. The blatant use of school resource officer and city solicitor by administration to fabricate false charges against complainants and witnesses in order to extort complainants and witnesses to drop complaints. The use of local courts to file false harassment charges against complainants, parents and even children as an intimidation tactic. It goes on all the time. Need I go on?
ALL the time. I could write a book on the retaliatory behavior of administrators, some principals, teachers and support staff. It's ugly and cruel beyond words or comprehension. The tactic utilized are ruthless causing fear and a feeling of hopelessness. As a city, we are cowards for not taking the time to vet these allegations (truths) and putting an end to all this hate. Sick!!
Unfortunately, the city solicitor is on the wrong side of the law, intent on only protecting public school administrator perps, and lo, even employs the coercion and extortion tactics himself, threatening to file harassment charges on behalf of the perpetrator against victims and even witnesses to instill fear in those who dare file a complaint against a school administrator or educator. How this man has not been disbarred from "practicing law" (hardly) is beyond incredible, seeing as so many are quite aware of his abhorrent behavior within the citizenry, school department, city hall and PD.
It is time to do something about this is.It is time for us to come to gather and put a stop to this.
This community wishes it were open to all. The list is getting longer. Needs to say Melrose: Is Working to be A Community Opened to All"
Granted, there is definitely a "racially hostile environment" within the school administration, but there is also a hostile environment towards those with learning and social/emotional disabilities on a shockingly large scale. The "hostility" has two different components: Part one: The actual acts of civil rights violations (sometimes carried out by students but predominately by educators and administrators). Part two, the rampant and highly illegal intimidation and retaliation by the school administration and city legal counsel against complainants and witnesses.
Part two is a much more serious issue as it concerns criminal behavior: The use of a city employee's position, office, and public resources under his/her control to threaten false criminal charges against complainants (and even witnesses) to compel them to withdraw civil rights complaints they have brought to the attention of school officials.