You reap what you sow and [pointing at Estrella] you are going to reap what you sow ---- Global Tech teacherHere are comments from a couple of parents talking about the impact of Global Tech on their children and some amazing teachers. These teachers are not only eloquent but brave. It's funny how we read so many anonymous comments on the blogs where teachers say how fearful they are. Not these teachers.
I saw Estrella pass a note to the guy next to her when Kayla Hamilton was speaking pointing out her name. I called out - vendetta? When I told Kayla the story she said, "What else is new?"
One reason we are taking aim at Estrella at the UFT to force them to take action and stop the collusion between her and District 4 rep Servia Silva.
Here are the letters of support from a retired principal and DOE coach and the president of Southern New Hampshire University.
From Ann Weiner:
Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2018 8:56 PM
Subject: A concern
I am writing to share my concerns about the merger of Global Tech. We have hosted students from Global Tech here at Southern New Hampshire University, part of a longstanding relationship, and this year have our first graduates of Global Tech enrolled as undergraduates. They are exceedingly well prepared and speak glowingly about their experience at GT. I understand that only schools with performance issues are to be closed, so we find ourselves puzzled with the decision regarding Global Tech, a school that is doing such good work and doing it with students that are largely underserved (especially those with special needs).
Thank you for your consideration.