How many people would expect their employer to pay them for a job they do not attend so that they can look for a new job? For example : lets say I was still working for Walmart. What do you think would happen if I went in one fine day and said “I am looking for work, and will be missing some days but, I want you to pay me for not being here”?
The Saint Peters Blog headline reports “76% of New College students bash absentee professor/congressional candidate Keith Fitzgerald”. These student assessments did span from about 1995 to 2011, so I am sure he was not running the whole time but still, %75 of 713 student assessments were critical. So just what does this mean? It seems to mean that professor Fitzgerald spend less time paying attention to the paying students then he did his running for his new job…. He was, at least, late enough that students commented on this in their assessments.
I understand that a lot of people will vote along party lines. I just wonder, if he paid this little attention to his classes, just what he is like in office? Is he as disorganized there as his student said he was in class? Is party loyalty more important than getting a competent person in the job. This is something we, as voters, should keep in mind when we go to the polls.
That Joe Guy.