The saga of CDNIS, the board, the teachers and the parents continues...
In the mean time, students are being taught life's valuable lessons...
Canadian International School teachers storm out of meeting as head refuses to quit | South China Morning PostOf the more than 100 teachers who took part in a special town hall meeting yesterday, almost all stood up to say they wanted the head, Dr Gregg Maloberti, to go as the governors looked on stunned, several staff told theSouth China Morning Post.
A dozen teachers upset by the management's stance in an increasingly bitter governance dispute stormed out in tears, while the board chairman later told a parent seeking more accountability she should move her children to a public school.Fox confronted the governors in a lift after the meeting.
She told them: "I want my [three] kids to have an education they started with [at the school] seven years ago … but when you have teachers scared to death to come into school, and you have a head of school that cannot even address [us] …"
Richard Wong Che-keung, board chairman, hit back, saying governors ran the school and were not accountable to parents.
"If you are looking for this sort of transparency, then you should go and take your kids to the public school," Wong told Fox. "This is a private, independent school and run by the board of governors … and [we] make [the] decisions."