Recently a teacher at Lisle Senior High School has admitted to violating all aspects of professional ethics by admitting the fact that while interviews for a full-time position were being held in December-January of the 2012-13 academic year to replace a teacher that was relocating, the interview questions were emailed to a prospective interviewee (that would ultimately get the position). Although it turns out that the interview questions that were given to the interviewee before the interviews were held were, in fact, the incorrect ones, a major moral and ethical violation had been committed. Regardless of whether these questions were the ones used or not, both the sender and recipient (that acknowledged receipt of these questions before the interview) need to be held responsible and should answer to the people that pay their salaries. We should stand together and ask these questions: To the recipient: How can we rely on someone like this that sees a clear violation of all professional conduct and fails to report such actions? Is it not our educators that cultivate our childrens' minds responsibility to do so? Is this a "fair practice" for the people that did not get these questions in advance, or just "fair" for you? To the party that sent the email containing the interview questions to the potential new hire vying for this job: How can we feel confident with the people in charge of our childrens' education when they practice these kinds of morals? It is time for these two "educators" to move on. This type of behavior will not be tolerated in Lisle school districts! Make your voice heard!!