It's not just about the money. Our teachers are leaving because of the endless abuse and disrespect they face from Wardynski and his administration.
Once again a Common Core crusader is cheerleading for CCSS/CCRS without offering any evidence supporting her claims.
Real, sustainable change does not come from mobilization but rather from assessing reality and then imagining what that reality could be.
Our district is wasting time by having children evaluating teachers. Could someone tell me what other job in the world gets evaluated by eight-year olds?
By switching to the 1:1 digital initiative we've lost student concentration, money and time. What exactly have we gained?
Wardynski: "These assessments here are entirely part of that common core debate."
Repealing the Common Core State Standards Initiative will be good for Alabama. And other states are starting to see it that way, too.
I wonder how many other nations in the world are envious of testing twelfth graders to see if they can read?