Becki Couch points out that Scott Shine doesn’t know what he is talking about.

From the Folio: 

His (Jason Fischer) tag-team fellow conservative on the school board, Scott Shine, called for the
district’s internal auditor, who received the text, to be fired.
Shine
also recently left a comment on educator Chris Guerrieri’s blog referring to
the latter’s “liberal friends” on the nonpartisan board — Wright, Hall, and
Couch. Guerrieri, who is known for his bombastic and hyperbolic style, often
criticizes Vitti and board members in his blog.
Shine
was ostensibly celebrating the
 board’s
decision to renew training for its teachers on social media policy, but
according to Couch, the policy targets teachers’ statements about and
interactions with students, not teacher blogs.
 
Limiting government employees’ speech would run afoul of
the First Amendment, after all.
Hyperbolic and bombastic? Sigh…

I don’t know what is more disturbing the fact that he
gloated on the blog about me and by extension other teachers losing their first
amendment right or he doesn’t even know what he is talking about.

Remember friends this is the same man who has voted
for Charter Schools to go into district 2 despite the fact they aren’t needed
and will siphon away resources from the schools there hurting them. This is the
same man who will be voting on our curriculum, uniforms and numerous other 
important
subjects. Is he informed about what 
those things mean? Or is he just making it up as he goes along?

He has to get it together.

What else is this kid clueless about? It’s my bet the
list is long.

3 Replies to “Becki Couch points out that Scott Shine doesn’t know what he is talking about.”

    1. I wonder if the writer of the article regrets supporting Shine's campaign–hence the use of "hyerbolic and bombastic" in describing your blog. If anything I don't think you go far enough. Then again she doesn't work in Duval public schools every day.

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