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Moving so Spain with family

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by andrewkpyoung, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. nollaig

    nollaig New commenter

    the dodgy music doc and his egregiously incompetent side kick may have been ushered out the back door during the summer period but their presence lingers amidst the wreckage they invariably leave in their wake. Evidence can be seen by a simple googling of the schools fbook page to see how much harm can be done to the reputation of a school by the hiring of such thoroughly incompetent and immoral so called school leaders. Where ever they are now Malaga´s gain is their next school´s loss.. research as said many times on many threads is paramount to not ending up in a school on its way rapidly down hill.. the last heard was that the dismissed staff are bringing the owners to court with the intention of being reinstated. Where would that leave anyone who was hired for these positions should they win their cases ? Has this happened in any other schools out there or would this set a precedence in Spain ?
  2. makhnovite

    makhnovite New commenter

    Thanks nollaig and while I agree with what you say, it depends how much damage the afore mentioned 'dodgy music doc and his incompetent sidekick', have done and how far their influnce went. It also depends on the board, from what I have read in various places the new owners are/were part of the problem. Do you know if that is true?

    I worked at a school recently that got rid of a principal and her acolytes on the staff and the school improved immeasurably very quickly. It became a good place to work and the new Principal and Head of Secondary recruited several excellent new teachers and middle managers who continued that process. Do you think this is likely or even possible in this instance?
  3. nollaig

    nollaig New commenter

    wages being offered to new recruits should be a good indicator of where their true motives lie.
  4. truth_seeker12

    truth_seeker12 Occasional commenter

    Its very unlikely the wages will be higher. This hardly ever happens in Spain. The motive is always to increase profits in most Spanish schools even if it upsets teaching staff

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