It's hard to have to hear you're fired. But it's also hard to tell someone they're fired. And no matter how the news gets revealed, it's never pleasant for either side.
But there are some ways that are worse than others. Like leaving a note on a chair. And before you conjure up pictures in your head of your favorite "bad" principal, I'll tell you that the note on the chair was how a law firm told one of it's own partners that he was fired. They put the note on his chair in the middle of the day while he was out working on a case.
Teachers in Texas who are being fired must be told in writing, but the law is not specific as to how the writing is delivered. So, in theory, a teacher could find a notice of non-renewal pinned to a purse or briefcase. But let's hope not.
Here's the full story from Canada's Financial Post.