Friday, March 03, 2006

Montana's Mystery History Teacher

Montana high school history teacher Tim Biggs was about to be fired for something that he was accused of doing.

Without knowing anything, many of his students publicly protested the fact that they were being told nothing by the district's school board who had been informed of everything.

Even the president of the teachers union, who had been told something by Biggs, was surprised that the school board voted 3-2 to allow him
to return to the classroom.

It is doubtful that anything more will ever be known about the allegations that nearly cost the Montana Mystery History Teacher his job.

And this lack of disclosure is most annoying.
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