Your assumption is that all students are equal. They are not.<quoted text>
Don't get me started. I know that there are some great teachers in the public school system but the majority of the teachers in public schools are mediocre at best. A few teachers in the public schools should have never been allowed within a thousand yards of a child.
The best teachers influence their students to behave better than most teachers. The best teachers encourage their students to be better people. The best teachers inspire their students to try harder. The best teachers gift each and every one of their students with a lifelong love for learning.
You will never hear a great teacher blame a student or their parent for failing to influence excellence, encourage perfection, inspire greatness or gifting the lifelong love for learning. No ma'am! The best teachers don't have to point out blame because they do not fail.
The worst teachers whine about being forced to follow a lesson plan, complain about the low quality of their students, cry about being forced to be "counselors", "referees" and "nurses" in addition to being a "teacher". The worst teachers never communicate effectively with their students or their parents. They simply assign tasks, punish anyone with a question by demeaning them in from of their peers, leave the classroom to the paras as they go to the break room to bitch and complain with their fellow crappy teachers only to send the entire days curriculum home with their students for their parents to deal with.
You have already said what kind of teacher you are. lol
Students at Florida's public colleges and universities cannot be charged higher out-of-state tuition simply because their parents are in the U.S. illegally, a federal judge ruled.
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#22 Oct 14, 2012
#24 Oct 14, 2012
Hmmm, so public education is a failure, let's close the public schools. Privatize the schools and save the tax dollars. The "bad" teacher would be weeded out faster in a private school system. What do you think?
#26 Oct 14, 2012
most college students or enrollees are 18 or older and are considered adults. If the student is 18 and a citizen by birth then what would the parents status legal or not have to do with anything? If an 18yr old citizen that can pass the residency regs for instate tuition, and has the money in his/her hand then they should get the instate tuition. A lot of 18 and older do not live with mommy n daddy and are adults in the eyes of the law whether the parents are citizens or from mars.
#27 Oct 15, 2012
that was my point. some were trying to argue that illegals should not get the same breaks. all i was doing was pointing out that these kids were not illegal and therefor not part of that argument.
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