Time To Pull And Re-Do SB 51

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Do you remember SB51?  That Sokola Bill that no one read, and all were told that it was a no brainer because everyone was behind it, and it passes the Senate Unanimously and the Amendment was not even read; just passed anyway?  And in the House, four people tried to slow it down, but it just raced through?

It will be very damaging to our teachers.

It is based on the premise that poverty and blacks are being held back by bad teachers.  Therefore pumping up the “rigor” of becoming a teacher will make these students smart….

So how does one prove this?

One looks at the education of teachers from a good scoring school district, and compares it to those teachers from a bad scoring district, and one shows that all the teachers of affluent students came from really good schools and have additional degrees, and all the teachers…

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One thought on “Time To Pull And Re-Do SB 51

  1. John Kowalko

    Actually it will be more damaging to aspiring teachers. The ridiculous notion that someone dedicated to studying education and working to be a teacher would be discouraged from doing so; while allowing non-educators to drain resources for two years and than abandon ship– (“TFA”) and calling them qualified to educate at risk students is a slap in the face to those who would choose the privilege of educating children.

    For the record. I read SB 51, I vigorously objected to it in committee and on the House floor and I voted against it after unsuccessfully trying to enlighten my colleagues to its obvious flaws. Apparently Baumbach, Osienski and Potter were the only ones listening and understanding.

    John Kowalko

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