Florida issues no apology for ruining school for so many students.

Today Florida shrugged it’s shoulders and said, you know
what, all those intensive reading classes that we forced kids into, you know
the ones that were often over crowded, that didn’t have enough resources and
kids universally hated, well it turns out we were wrong on that one and now we’re
going to let districts, you know the ones closest to the students, come up with
plans they think are best for each student.
There was no apology to the decade of kids they made hate
school and robbed of job by replacing elective classes with remedial ones that
turned out to be ineffective.
It reminds me of the time they made every kid take chemistry
or physics and algebra II, you know incredibly hard classes that most kids will
never ever, did I mention never use or they wouldn’t be allowed to graduate. I
don’t think it is a coincidence that grad rates started going up a couple years
ago when they said, maybe that’s not the best plan. Jeb Bush and his foundation
fought against getting rid of those classes by the way.
Who is going to want to bet that in a couple years, after
hundreds of millions of dollars are spent and hundreds of thousands of teachers
and kids are made miserable the state will say, yeah about that common core
thing.

If you want education to improve get Tallahassee out of it.

One Reply to “Florida issues no apology for ruining school for so many students.”

  1. There was no apology to the decade of kids they made hate school and robbed of job by replacing elective classes with remedial ones that turned out to be ineffective.

    Faisalabad Board SSC Result 2015

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *