March break approaches and with it a much appreciated-rest, and the OECTA AGM. My opinion about OECTA and the AGM has changed profoundly over the past two years. Last year’s delegates had all the excitement and all the hope of bringing about regime change. This year we go to the AGM conscious that changing nameplates at the executive does not necessarily change the Association. OECTA has become a 1% and 99% organization: for the elites these are the best of times; for the fee-paying members these are not the best of times.
Previous related blogs by Mr. Cafferky:
December 2013: His "Open Letter" questions about the Discipline Panel to the OECTA Provincial Executive for which he still hasn't received any acknowledgement nor reply @ Link
September 2013: " No Justice": His examination of OECTA political elites and their role in the internal decision making process @ Link
March 2013: Prior to OECTA AGM 2013, he contributed "Quo Vadis/ Where are we heading?" @ Link
December 2012: "None Dare Call It Betrayal 2": His 2nd exchange of letters with then OECTA President Mr. O'Dwyer regarding the OECTA MOU @ Link
October 2012: "None Dare Call It Betrayal 1" His 1st letter in the exchange @ Link