SOUTH BRONX SCHOOL: A Law To Hold Principals Accountable

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

A Law To Hold Principals Accountable

Shouldn't principals who lie and falsify reality in the name of attempting to ruin a teacher's career be subject to this? 

N.Y. NYC. LAW § 1116 : NY Code - Section 1116: Fraud; neglect of duty; willful violation of law relative to office

a. Any council member or other officer or employee of the city who shall willfully 
   violate or evade any  provision of law relating tosuch officer's office or employment, 
   or commit any fraud upon the  city,
  or  convert  any of the public property to such officer's own use, or
  knowingly permit any other person so to  convert it or by gross or
  culpable neglect of duty allow the same to be lost to the city, shall be
  deemed  guilty of a misdemeanor and in addition to the penalties imposed
  by law and on conviction shall forfeit such office or employment, and be
  excluded  forever  after  from  receiving  or  holding  any  office   or
  employment under the city government.
 b. Any officer or employee of the city or of any city agency who shall
  knowingly make a false or deceptive report or statement in the course of
  duty shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, forfeit such
  office or employment.

Oh, wishful thinking. 


Patrick Walsh said...

Great point, wishful thinking or not.

I noticed that... said...

Principals can be every law under the sun because all they have to do is call "legal" and they tell them how to cover their blackboard crime.

Once "legal" give principals the "advice", then these administrative miscreants can kiss thy holier-than-thou Walcott's ring.

I noticed that... said...

"Principals can break"