On 6/08/14, question for PsyGuy wrote:
> The purpose of an underground movement is to put a strategy
> place that works to change a system without tipping off the
> other side, thus giving the other side the advantage of time to
> mount opposition. State testing will fall next.
If testing goes away, (which by the way every state currently
has some form of testing,) how will districts show yearly student
> to PsyGuy: Why scare teachers that they will be nonrenewed for
> not being a team player if, as you say, they are going to be
> replaced anyway with uncertified facilitators?
No, this is not true. Teachers have to be certified. Texas
already created the answer to not having enough teachers when the
state instituted "alternative certification." If I am wrong,
psyguy, please prove your point by showing it in the Texas
> 6/07/14, PsyGuy wrote:
>> We already have privatized schools, they are called private
I used to think that school choice was not a good thing. Now,
however, after reading the main teacher board posting related to
gay pride, based on some of the comments related to going around
local control, and teachers advocating spreading their own
agenda, I have changed my mind.
>> On 6/07/14, ANON is right wrote:
>>> Anon posted one of the most intelligent posts we have had
>>> in a long time.
The media is undermining teachers on
>>> purpose. agree
It is all about privatizing public schools, which
>>> will cost us our jobs as we know of them. The move to
>>> create "choice" will hire uncertified teachers and destroy
>>> our profession, including PsyGuy, who is on the other side
>>> most of the time. disagree
Please, teachers, join the underground movement to "keep" Common
Core out and get rid of C-Scope. agree
Join in and educate parents that Pearson
>>> is a big part of the problem.
I don't see this. We haven't had a textbook to use
(because it was outdated) in 10 years! This year we are finally
adopting and teachers are excited! As for errors, c-scope was a
mess, but we will see with the new digital textbook adoption.
The original poster is
>>> right. Why should our students in the US have crappy
>>> books, full of errors, and why should our money be thrown
>>> away on this junk. Rise up, teachers. No one will fire
>>> you. There are too many of us speaking up now. Parents are
>>> way more informed and they back the real teachers who are
>>> speaking up.
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