Wednesday, August 28, 2019

KCPS Lures Teachers With Perks And Continued Hype About Accreditation

Check today's lesson about big promises and selling the sizzle to locals without much influence and desperately in need of cash. Apparently, it's not so hard . . . Here's a local school instruction by example:

Kansas City Public Schools fighting teacher shortage with incentives

Kansas City, MO - There may be a nationwide teacher shortage, but there's a few incentives to help fill the gap. It's hitting harder in some areas more than others, specifically in science, math, and in special education.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Todays child are undisciplined and have the attention span of a house fly why would any normal person want anything to do with them ?

Anonymous said...

^^^^^
You're actually describing the 20-somethings currently manning the barricades and patronizing the avocado toast restaurants.
These teachers are trying to connect with younger kids, for whom there is at least a chance of helping to deal with the real world.
Good luck to them!

Anonymous said...

Nobody wants to work for a loser

Anonymous said...

Any accreditation by the District would be based on false data. A major component of accreditation is that 90% of the students attend 90% of class 90% of the time. This is just not happening at he middle school and high school level. Go to any High School and you will see numerous late arrivals each day some two to three hours late. You will see numerous students skipping inside the buildings and you will see numerous suspensions. Accreditation is just not happening and any data suggesting accreditation is false, manipulated and criminal.

Anonymous said...

I know an almost teacher who did her student teaching at kcps where her college had placed her. One semester of completely garbage kids and she quit the program. Finished her degree and never taught again.

Anonymous said...

First year teachers literary quit on the job the first week of school. They come in so eager. Decorate their rooms and buy extra supplies with their own money. Then they meet the KCPS scholars and run out crying. Happens every school year. Any long term teacher clearly has mental issues to stay.

Anonymous said...

No thanks. I don't care to parent the welfare anchors you turned into psychopaths by ignoring them.