The new rubber rooms are here! Evidently, there are new rented spaces holding up to 50 NYC Department of education employees each, all of whom are not vaccinated but have been granted medical or religious exemptions. When the COVID vaccine mandate ends, which it will, these employees, who won their exemptions, will be going back to their workplace.
I know there are many who were granted exemptions who are now quietly back in their classrooms.
If this doesn't sound like chaos, then I do not know what would be considered a mess.
Why are some people getting religious exemptions and others not? I would like to know. How can the DOE terminate tenured employees without a 3020-a arbitration?
So many questions, so very few answers.
"Curiouser and curiouser!” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.
Editor, New York Court Corruption
Editor, National Public Voice
Editor, NYC Public Voice
Editor, Inside 3020-a Teacher Trials
|Unvaccinated teachers at a Flatbush site can not use the same bathroom as vaccinated workers and instead have to share one bathroom with a single toilet that doesn’t flush properly.|
|Unvaxxed teachers’ only other bathroom option is to make do |
with children’s toilets.