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(NYPost)   Let's see what happens in New York City schools when students get their tests graded by an impartial outside evaluator instead of teachers with a vested interest in socially promoting the little sociopaths to be somebody else's problem   (nypost.com ) divider line
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2013-06-08 11:57:51 AM  
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Lsherm: Public school employees do not care about teaching kids.  If a public school employee tells you they do, that just means they are new.  After a few years it's all about the paycheck, and that's it.  Teachers, administrators, support staff - by year five they are there for one reason only:  payday.  And that's one of the problems, we have an educational system focused solely on compensation that isn't tied to any real measure of student performance.   So we graduate retards.


Your thesis alone lends tremendous anecdotal weight to your arguments.

/Wait for it...
2013-06-08 02:01:57 PM  
1 vote:
In Living Environment, pilot schools saw their passing rates plummet by an average of 6.7 percentage points last year.

Self-grading schools only dropped by 2 percentage points.


So not even the NEA union goons could cheat enough to disguise the fact that the teachers are getting worse every year. NEA does for education what the UAW does for American car production.
2013-06-08 01:59:50 PM  
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Guido Libido: OMG... this thread... what is this, I don't even...


It's an internet sensation involving people vomiting their thoughts into a discussion. But that's not important right now.

Ah Airplane 1 and 2. I need to watch them again
2013-06-08 08:27:42 AM  
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If it's a NY Post article, there's nothing impartial about it.
 
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