I can name 5 from one school alone that are doing the same thing. All certified and some with as much as 15+ years experience. Good luck trying to replace them. You're going to see class sizes steadily increase b/c there won't be enough teachers to go around.Amen .. you said it all. I am trying to leave this parish as we speak!
Schools in the Pointe Coupee districted finished the year in the bottom six of all public school systems in Louisiana in academic performance, according to district performance scores released Tuesday http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/12117.xls.The school districted received a "marginal" rating in the area of teacher certifications.
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#82 Apr 15, 2008
#83 Apr 15, 2008
YEP! If they think there problems are bad now, just wait!
#84 May 15, 2008
I have to agree with your idea of teaching the kids and trying to educate them from the standpoint of being a caring teacher. BUT, it's a fact that at CHSPC there are some teachers that think they are judge and jury and forget they are there to teach the kids. They would rather suspend a kid for not having a belt or a hair cut they don't like rather than try to keep the kid in school and try to reach them and ask for their cooperation in the learning process. They just seem to want to be the gestapo. Go ahead catholic school. Then the public school is full of gangs and dope so we hear. Well where the heck are the police that are so busy on the highway?
I have to agree that a good teacher deserves a lot of pay and should have a scale that they can achieve based on their success with student achievement. But that may be asking too much.
I just have a problem with a smart ass teacher, and appreciate some teachers that I have known that really worked at getting the students to pay attention so they could learn.
But that was a long time ago. I guess the nuns or whoever is so keen about suspending kids from school never got the idea anyway.
Oh well it must be nice to go to a school that your parent is a teacher so you can get away with more stuff without getting kicked out of school.
Go ahead Pointe Coupee, keep asking yourself what the problem is, it may not be as deep as some think. And dedication is a key to successful teaching not always money. How much does a nun make. Hummmmmmm....
#85 May 15, 2008
Good for you Jarreau89. I know for a fact that in Baton Rouge a student could go to their school for half a day, as a senior, and go to trade school for the other half day and receive school credit for the classes they attended. Many kids came out as electircians and mechanics. Some went on to college and graduated and are doing very well now.
Pointe Coupee should adope just such a program and the Jumonville school should have more training programs to assist student training for job related futures. We need to jump our Senator and Rep to get funding to revamp the trade schools to provide a full training program in as many fields as possible.
They are trying to find ways to spend the oil money now. What better way than to put some into the Vocational Education Training System.
#86 Jul 13, 2008
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#87 Jul 13, 2008
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