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A Heart Wrenching Story from a WV Parent

Filed in Helpful Articles, News, teachers by on April 19, 2015 2 Comments
A Heart Wrenching Story from a WV Parent

NOTE: This story is reprinted just as it came to me. I post this while trying to type through tears and wondering how many other precious children are being tormented with a school system that has lost its true focus. How many personal accounts like this must be written before we say enough is enough. […]

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Idaho Teacher Speaks Out on SBAC Testing

Filed in Helpful Articles, Privacy/slds, teachers by on September 1, 2014 0 Comments

WV PARENTS!    ARE YOU LISTENING?     WV IS AN SBAC STATE TOO! PART 1: Teacher Shares Experiences and Facts on Common Core letter by LeAnn Caster, Posted by Stephanie Zimmerman Many times when we talk to teachers they are unaware of all that Common Core truly entails. They are so busy trying to make […]

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Are WV Teachers Being Bullied Too?

Teacher Tearfully Describes Bullying and Intimidation Click here to view The Missouri Torch Post

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TN Student Speaks Out on Common Core

Filed in Helpful Articles, teachers, testimony, videos by on November 18, 2013 0 Comments

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Dr. Mary Byrne – Common Core Presentation

Filed in Helpful Articles, News, teachers, testimony, videos by on November 16, 2013 0 Comments

Dr. Mary Byrne’s presentation will fill in all the holes for you on the background, development, and implementation of Common Core.  Please take the time to watch her Wichita, Ks presentation.  You will not be disappointed.  Instead you will be provided with the facts to combat the state’s Common Core propaganda.  

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Catholic Scholars Take Stand Opposing Common Core

Filed in Helpful Articles, News, teachers by on November 3, 2013 1 Comment

“In fact, we are convinced that Common Core is so deeply flawed that it should not be adopted by Catholic schools which have yet to approve it, and that those schools which have already endorsed it should seek an orderly withdrawal now. “ http://www.nas.org/articles/catholic_scholars_take_stand_opposing_the_common_core

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To My Students: ‘I Love You and Believe in You’

Filed in Helpful Articles, teachers by on November 3, 2013 0 Comments

A heart wrenching post from Meg Norris, 7th grade (former) Georgia teacher: To My Students, I did not return to the classroom this year and I want to apologize.  I am truly sorry for having left you.  It was the hardest decision I have ever made. I want you to understand why I left.  It […]

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