A really good question would be to ask how many of our teachers send their kids to private schools and why?Keep your eye on the prize, not the obstructionist who insist on keeping the mushrooms in the cave feasting on the stuff that makes mushrooms grow.
2000 plus kids getting a substandard education that no teacher would grant as acceptable in their own homes.
Tens of thousands of dollars that can be saved by utilizing programs that have been in existence for over 16 years that have not been promoted in this district.
The amount of money we collectively, as a community, have lost out on just this past decade would run into the millions.
PEOS, why keep children hanging out in the high school when they have enough credits to graduate, when they could be earning college credits funded by this state program?
The state wants your child to do well. College is extremely expensive, to keep this program from the community at large is tantamount to criminal action.
Could it be
William Ayers a keynote speaker next month at the Association of Teacher Educators conference | WashingtonExaminer.com
Bill Ayers, school union officials escalate attacks on Teach for America - EAGnews.org :: Education Research, Reporting, Analysis and Commentary
or could it be
Grading on a curve The illusion of excellence data.
Throwing Money At Education Isn't Working
State Budget Solutions | by Kristen De Pena | September 12, 2012
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