Saturday, May 17, 2014

KANSAS CITY TEACHER TESTIMONY: STUDENT UPBRINING KEY TO SUCCESS!!!



TKC Note: More education insight today. Here's a note from a Kansas City Insider that offers an upbeat look @ THE KEY COMPONENT to local education success. Check it:

"This is resounding proof that the problems in KCPS are NOT the teachers. These individuals took advantage of the opportunity to earn their AA while finishing high school.

It shows that the opportunity to excel is there…the problem is that the vast majority of students don’t want to put in the work necessary to make it happen. Is that the fault of the teachers or the parents?

Its time that KCPS and other troubled districts address the elephant in the room: Student behavior and improper upbringing. These students were raised right, behaved, and excelled. If every student in KCPS had the same upbringing that these children had, KCPS would be the best district in America."
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7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Parents

Anonymous said...

7:12 -

Parent, more likely "Baby Momma" on the public dole.

Anonymous said...

This is a trend in the right direction. Instead of all of this AP and IB crap, just let the kids take college classes.

Anonymous said...

KANSAS CITY TEACHER TESTIMONY: STUDENT UPBRINING KEY TO SUCCESS!!!

In regards to the "upbrining" .....could you please follow up with the water to salt ratio for mixing of the brine solution? And how long should you soak your student in the brine to ensure their success?
Thanks

Anonymous said...

I say we need a Pied Piper to play a flute and get the children to follow him off into the river and drown them all then we won't have all these school issues.

Anonymous said...

They lost their accreditation, in my opinion they should all probably be fired for cause. Replace them with 20 and 30 year old graduates who will be better able to relate and keep control (and at half the price).

Anonymous said...

@3:21 Obviously you don't know a single teacher. I suggest you give your idea to any 20 or 30 year old teacher. They will laugh in your face. Four out of five teachers quit within their fist five years. They will tell you a lot of reasons, but the bottom line is the kids chewed them up and spit them out.