October 17, 2010

The road to chaos

... begins in Delaware.

Funny how I mentioned it earlier without even knowing about this article. Soooooo predictable with this nonsense.

Posted by Hube at October 17, 2010 06:51 PM | TrackBack

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you are correct...so damn predictable nonsense...but of course, our administrators especially at the district level will be holding meetings adressing 'what can we do so they don't come after us?'....I know, discipline more little white girls! Susie, your pencil broke while taking a test? Three days suspension....Jane, you didn't properly title this paper....go to inschool.....Heather, why are you daydreaming? Go to the office for isolation!

Posted by: cardinals fan at October 17, 2010 07:16 PM

Here is a story for you. My father taught 6th-8th grade math and science at the Shawmont School in Philly from 1955- 1980. He used to grab the misbehavin by the shirt collar and run them to the back of the class and stop just short of smashing their heads onto a coat hook! He never had one parent complaint, was not a hard ass and the kids and their parents loved him.

Posted by: AJ Lynch at October 18, 2010 12:07 AM

And btw- teachers should start pushing back against all the criticism they get. They should tell the parents that their failing kids, in general, DON'T STUDY AND DON'T EVEN TRY.

Let's face it - K-12 grades are not that hard. If you are failing, you ar either an idiot or you ain't trying.

Posted by: AJ Lynch at October 18, 2010 12:10 AM