The author of this letter to Dr. Ianniello believes that the email was the cause of Dr. Ianniello's removal from public scrutiny all of his YouTube videos. The author of the letter added,
"the people in the bronx, you know, Marcus Escobar and Margaret Borelli (UFT) were no help to me..."
To: efields <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sat, Dec 6, 2014 4:33 am
Subject: Fwd: initial 24hr complaint vs MS228X
I might as well throw this in:
Peter Ianniello's Dissertation
Keeping Quality Teachers
Best Practice: Strengthening Human Resourcesin Public School Systems
|Dr. Peter Ianniello|
|Dr. Ianniello on substitute teachers (removed from the public's view)|
To: PIannie <PIannie@schools.nyc.gov>; email@example.com
Sent: Tue, Dec 9, 2014 1:28 am
Subject: re problem code.
Dear Dr. Ianniello:
I understand the limitations under which you have to work. I know that even though you may believe everything I am telling you, with respect to my case, your job is limited to receiving allegations, running discipline meetings for those accused of wrong doing, and giving out whatever corrective action you see fit.
Your office sent to my attention back in May of this past year a summons for me to meet with you for a disciplinary meeting based on the contents of the letter written to me dated april 25 which I received on May 6, 2014. Once again I understand that your job is limited to addressing the substantiated allegations of verbal abuse. I took the route that I felt and still feel was the right one. I filed a grievance and submitted a copy of the grievance to one of your assistants in May when I visited your office. I also had requested to Ms. Rollins that the disciplinary hearing be held in abeyance until the grievance process has been complete.
As of the writing of this epistle, my main focus is CLEARING MY NAME, subbing is the furthest thing from my mind. I need to have that problem code taken off because I applied for the principal's pool back in June, and you know where that goes, They won't call me for an interview unless the problem code is removed.
I tried calling OPI and I received a curious voice message from them. They stated that they no longer accept phone calls unless it is from a law enforcement unit.
In closing, Dr. Ianniello, Id like to ask you to check something for me.... In one of your youtube broadcasts you stated that because subcentral is now automated you can keep track of all calls. On April 3 2014 Thursday night I received something from subcentral it was a job offer to work at the very same school for the entire week of April 7 to April 11 at MS228X in the bronx. it was a type of offering that stated "details" and that i could accept it on line. This was an offer from the very same school which had called me on March 31st Stating that a verbal abuse charge had been leveled against me. Now, if OSI had really been called would I have been able to work that week or the following week, my answer is no.
To: efields <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, Dec 5, 2014 9:19 am
Subject: letter to Marcus Escobar
Subject: The Setup of a Substitute Teacher
Marcus, I received a call to my cell phone from you this morning, in the message you asked me to call you back because you have a few questions. Please ask me the questions through the email and I will respond. I have a few questions for you. Did you contact Daisy Santiago and ask her for a copy of her notes for the meeting convened on with me and the administration at ms228x as i've ask you to do. Her notes will indicate that they read 2 statements to me. Her notes will also show that they said, "you held a sign over the girls head that said big trouble and you said big trouble little china". This is at variance with what was in the determination. In that letter I received it was said, "you held a piece of paper over her head that said big trouble and you said Big K Little China".