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Response to duffyduff (Reply #4)

Wed Apr 10, 2013, 12:36 PM

5. Only about 1/3rd of those indicted were teachers.

If they dare stand up for what is ethical, they can be railroaded out of their jobs and out of teaching altogether by their administrators.

So if the choice is between doing the ethical thing (that they surely knew was the ethical thing) and risk your job... or doing the unethical thing and risk going to jail (and losing your job and hopes for future jobs)?

We can agree that this isn't a situation that any teacher should ever have to face... but not that it's a tough call.

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