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State should let teachers do what they do best: teach

April 9, 2013

To their credit, West Virginia legislators have made improving public schools a top priority during their 60-day regular session. In addition to Gov....

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May-02-13 4:53 PM

If liberals would keep their "propaganda" and lies out of the schools, maybe the teachers could actually spend time teaching on the SUBJECT instead of following liberal protocol to "indoctrinate" the kids with liberal BS so they could 'guarantee' themselves another generation of total idiots.

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Apr-16-13 1:17 AM

All my kids knew how to read before they entered kindergarten.I personally took care of that as my mother did for me.I want a history teacher to be a history teacher not a political science teacher or a political philosophy teacher.Just a history teacher.As it is the history books now are so full of holes and missing information as to be laughable if it where not for my children's education.I sent my last child out the door to collage 7 years ago.And they all graduated with honors from high school and collage.And all have good jobs in there field of endeavors.

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Apr-10-13 9:38 PM

first off, please keep your "examples" prudent to the subject, and second, when my kids were in school, i made sure that both my kids did their school work, i helped them to read, i certainly didnt leave that responsibility to the teacher. you guys want to drop your kids off and expect the person you are saying dont do anything, teach your kid. and then complain. not all parents treat school like daycare, take some responsibility for your own kids.

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Apr-10-13 9:00 PM

So, "WhatMeWorry," based on your statement, if a structural engineer designs a building and shortly after the building is constructed, it collapses, it's not the structural engineers fault, it's the client's fault??? The kind and type of explanation that you've posted reflects what wrong with our education system--it's always somebody else's fault and in your view, it's always the parent's fault. I certainly hope that you are not a teacher, but I suspect that you are.

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Apr-09-13 3:56 PM

It would be refreshing if a majority of the teachers utilized the 75% to actually teach. If Johnny, who has no special needs can't read functionally when he graduates, what would one expect of the special needs students?

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