The NY Post covers a report from Special Commissioner of Investigations Richard Condon that details how three employees who were not showing up for work at the DOE got paid.
As is usual with the Post, they insinuate that if three teachers out of a whole bunch are crooks, there must be a lot more crooks yet to be found.
That's the nice thing about the editorial writers at the Rupert Murdoch-owned NY Post - they never give teachers the benefit of the doubt.
We're lazy, crooked sloths out to live off the taxpayers and if we're not watched carefully and controlled by adults, we'll do horrible, horrible things.
Meanwhile over 50 current and former employees of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation have been arrested and are facing charges in the hacking/bribery scandal that saw Murdoch's people hack into thousands of people's computers and phones, bribe police, extort information, and conspire to cover up crimes.
Some even hacked into a murdered girl's cellphone, erased her messages and made her parents think she was still alive.
And yet, it's the Post editorial writers who have the chuztpah to smear all teachers for the misdeeds of three and you never, ever hear from them how it's possible, just possible, that if illegal activity took place at Murdoch's three main papers in Britain and journalists from those three papers in Britain now work at the NY Post, it's possible, just possible, that some at the NY Post have engaged in criminal activity too.
Funny how that is.