Buffalo, N.Y. (WBEN) - During a special meeting of the Buffalo Board of Education Wednesday, members voted to terminate two administrators as a result of their lack of certification.
The board, after a lengthy executive session, voted to terminate Yamilette Williams, Chief of Curriculum and Faith Morrison-Alexander, the district's chief of school leadership.
School Board member Carl Paladino brought the qualification issue to the school board's attention. Prior to the vote, the two administrators were placed on leave. HEAR MORE with Paladino on The WBEN Liveline
Buffalo School Board Votes to Terminate Two Administrators
Did the board do the right thing?
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Who hired them?
Great job, Carl. Now find out who is responsible for hiring them in the first place, and get rid of them next. Keep up the good work.
Excellent , Now on to School Board Replacements
All Citizens must VOTE for new members May 6. The Sisterhood of Racism must be dissolved. Friends and family NO More. Children & Taxpayers move to the front.... Special interest take a seat...... It's Time Phil
What happened to the ramifications of lying on your resume in the first place. They never should have been hired for those kinds of positions without a thorough background check.
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this doesn't have anything to do with Phil or the union. the admins that were fired were hired by the super. she is the one who needs to go.
Yes, they did, and it is about time! In 99% of the cases, "interns" are unpaid. Also, any Civil Servant must submit necessary certifications before they are hired, or can even take an exam. Why are there special rules for Board of Ed administrators? What's next, they file for unemployment?