oh baloney. There are good teachers out there without
Pearson, Mifflin-Harcourt. State test is a yes by all means to
check to see if kids aren't just passing through each grade
level by sweet little Johnny or Jill working their charm or their
screaming mamas threatening lawsuits to pass their kid.
Reading and literacy should not begin after high school, it
begins at home before they start preschool. Of course, the
public rather have ipods, tv, parties instead. so the public
gets what they pay for.
On 6/03/14, PsyGuy wrote:
> Like what teachers, who teach from their desks and hand
> worksheets, and dont bother even correcting them?
> It doesnt really matter weve had this discussion on this
> hundred times, the public doesnt trust us anymore. Too
> people graduating who couldnt read, too many teachers not
> keeping their hands off the student body. Too many
> sitting at their desk while their students do independent
> Teachers are never going to get back the time where they
> close their door and rule their little fiefdom of a classroom,
> as long as we have accountability and state tests that shine
> spotlight on who is a "good" teacher and who is a "bad"
> On 6/02/14, disgusted wrote:
>> These materials are FULL of errors and waste of
> money. Put the
>> real teaching back in the classrooms.
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