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Re: “LR School Board member blasts colleagues as talk grows of state takeover of schools

Gearing up the next generation to work for McDonalds, I suppose. First this typical Arkansas stuff. Hiring someone with little or no experience. Then get upset when things dont go right. Going through so many superintendents in the allotted time frame shows the failure and continued failure of the current school system. First let's allow these students, families, teachers to decide on a curriculum. Because they are learning and teaching. Society is diverse. Most curriculums just aren't. Students and teacher both become alienated. Stop rushing and take time and care and love. No one is talking about the real issues. That's core. Students could be in love with their studies if they were actually learning something. These kids graduate can't even right and spell or read correctly. That's blatant uncaring. So a child goes to school their whole childhood to adulthood can't read and write appropriately and no one spots that out? Really? Cause no one cares, maybe a few really. We try to make students do better. We don't even know their favorite subjects or least favorite. Or the courses that are hardest for most. Geez. Then we can't teach anything spiritual. Humans do consist of a spirit right? Instead of educating we are just turning out empty vessels. And this article and your statistics prove it.

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Posted by Kedric Hemphill on 01/05/2015 at 5:12 AM

 

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