Jeanette DeMain reacts to news that the Tennessee board of ed will make reprimands of teachers public knowledge. I still recall getting a reprimand because I was asked to dance to the Village People's "YMCA" at a pep rally, and later sent an email to the principal with links to its respective wikipedia page where there are nuanced homosexual lyrics (didn't bother me, personally, but I was being called on the carpet for allegedly using sexual innuendo in my speech and thought it was hypocrisy). She slapped me with a reprimand for sexual harassment of her?? Why because there were embedded links in the text that went to more sexual imagery within wikipedia. But I digress. The point is that now any incompetent, or vindictive principal could throw something like that at a teacher and effectively ruin their career. It's already difficult to teach without having your name dragged through the mud and this would make it next to impossible.