Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Cheating Educators

Two principals and two teachers were finally forced to resign in Georgia after a state investigation in classroom cheating.

Fortunately, Georgia is a Right-To-Work state or these resignations might come after years of union lawyers defending the cheating which John Barge, state school superintendent blames on the system, "Relying on a single test to determine a student's and a school's academic success is plagued with problems."

I agree that the poorly thought out NCLB has been mostly a failure.

No comments: