Evidently it isn’t bribery if the government does it

This may turn out to be good news for teachers at EPISD.

This recommendation is part of a budget presentation to be made at the Tuesday, March 24, 2020 Board of Trustees budget workshop meeting”

It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the proposed End ­of Year Employee Stipend in the amount of $3,537,726.00 to
eligible employees at the end of the Spring Semester for the 2019-­2020 school year, as presented.

Bribe

I don’t begrudge the teachers the money.

Unfortunately as part of the district’s effort to get voter approval of $668 million in bonds the district promised the teachers two bribes, a 750 dollar bonus last year and a 500 dollar bonus this year.

The district needed the votes of the teachers.

We deserve better

Brutus

6 Responses to Evidently it isn’t bribery if the government does it

  1. Anonymous says:

    you don’t have a problem with bribing people to vote a certain way? especially teachers, who work so hard to not teach our children year over year?

    that’s why public schools are so poorly functioning, because they aren’t about teaching.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Maybe I’ll get a job if they eliminate the payroll tax.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    It was definitely a bribe. It’s the main reason I voted for the bond (and because I work in a building that is crumbling)

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  4. Them is fightin' words says:

    Did you just accuse every single teacher in EPISD of accepting a bribe?

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  5. Anonymous says:

    You people are ridiculous with your generalized assumptions that teachers do not teach!! You hide behind your computers and spew lies and hatred. Get a life!!!

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