This is world news? Not hardly. Waste of space. No one really cares if 22 people lost their jobs when millions and millions are unemployed. Come on....
Did we say it is world news?
This site is for ordinary people to gather news from all around the world.
Mr Gillett cares, as do other people in Queensland, and we have lots of space to fill (you can help), so lets not worry about wasting it.
Mr. Gillett shouldn't have even written the article considering the whole "neutrality" issue. Correct?
Incorrect. Conflict of interest has been appropriately declared and neutrality independently checked.
That's why anything "Wiki" related will never be accepted as a proper source of information.
I agree. The fact that everything is far more transparent than and verified as well as any newspaper makes it clear that there is no reliability here at all.
Don't feed the trolls. :P This appears to me to be just another case of how employees are viewed by their employers as replaceable machine parts. I think it's tragic to see this, in the world of education especially. Even the smallest school has an impact on the world because it trains children how to be adults.
But the trolls are so fun....
If it so important to the area that these teachers stay in their positions, why not apply a small, local tax to tobacco products, sodas or something of that nature? 2 cents added to a pack of smokes will not keep a smoker from buying the product but would add dollars to the system. What's the student to teacher ratio?