replace worse with better below. sorry.
On 4/30/08, Rodeo wrote:
> I am from Colorado. The educational system in Colorado is much
> better than here in California. And the average individual in
> Colorado is much better educated than the average individual
> in California. There is no reason for anyone in Colorado to be
> impressed by a California credential or California teaching
> experience. Having experienced both places, if I were a
> principal I would not want to hire a California teacher
> because I would be afraid that they would be infected with the
> many attitudes that make many California schools such
> failures. No offense to you. I am not saying YOU are a bad
> teacher. I am just saying that since I wouldn't know you, I
> wouldn't want to take the gamble that you would be different
> than the other people from California. I think states like
> Nevada and Arizona, Texas and New Mexico would be impressed by
> a California credential and do not have worse schools than
> California. But Colorado is just better than they are when it
> comes to the schools (not Denver though, Denver schools are
> pretty bad like urban schools in California but someone would
> have to be nuts to want to teach in the Denver schools.
> However, the schools in the suburbs of Denver especially South
> in Littleton and Cherry Creek are very good).