|Dr. Peter Ianniello|
In other words, if retired teachers want to work as per diem subs, they need to have five "S" ratings in a row during their last five years of service.
An exception would be if the teacher can find a principal to "nominate" him/her and then guarantee that the teacher will receive at least ten days of employment as a per diem sub at that school.
Where did this policy come from?
Here is Peter Ianniello's email to a UFT retiree who is grieving the policy and who will also be appealing a U-rating on an APPR, that was based on a single "unsatisfactory" observation report, issued toward the end of his 30+ year career:
From: Ianniello Peter <PIannie@schools.nyc.gov>To: PerdiemInquiries <PerdiemInquiries@schools.nyc.
Sent: Fri, Nov 30, 2012 8:56 am
Subject: RE: I am in receipt of your attached 11/9/12 form letter in which you declined to process my application for a permanent retiree's Per Diem Certificate for Substitute Teacher assignments.