Board of Ethics Decisions
Whenever you print the Board of Ethics decisions, I get the
feeling that we have all gathered around ASHA's town square stockade. Granted, the Board of Ethics has the right and obligation to "punish." But is it proper to publically shame and humiliate? I doubt that publicizing these decisions does anything but that.
Any responsible employers who want to hire an ASHA member
are not looking up Leader archives—they are contacting ASHA as normal protocol.
Let's have a Board of Ethics that practices some ethics of its own.
Beitar Illit, Israel
P.S. The new Leader format is absolutely fantastic!