Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Video: Choose to Refuse Rap - As Mulgrew Argues for "Better" Tests

  • JP Lee Clearly, he is suggesting that the state spend more money on more expensive tests, which will direct money away from the schools and into the pockets of testing and other ed corporations. I don't have the words...
While Mulgrew argues for "better" standardized high stakes tests in his Daily News piece, the resistance continues. But watch out for that punch in the face.
Mulgrew... Being dragged behind the movement kicking and screaming. Mike, our kids deserve better assessment than standardized tests, not better tests. My union president, ladies and gentlemen!

  • Denis Ian More civil disobedience is the answer. There's no effective response to that.
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  • Tim Farley My guess is opt out will be near 100% next year.
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  • Valerie Dicaprio His newfound concern for the needs of our children is disingenuous. He's still plugging away for CC.
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  • Denis Ian We're just getting started ... and we have the election year energy to rush us along. It seems it's always a good time for usually deaf politicians to prick their ears ... and pay closer attention to those who elect them rather than bribe them.
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  • Loy Gross Is this punch-you-in-the-face dude? Can I punch him in the face?
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  • Valerie Dicaprio Only if I can push him "in the dirt" when you're done.
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  • Denis Ian Yes, ladies ... this is the guy you wanna slap-silly.
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  • Loy Gross And then we'll both stomp on him. Sounds like a plan.
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  • Valerie Dicaprio Yes. Lucy, you got it. Love, Ethel
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  • Dawn Marie He's an ass period . How the heck did he become president of UFT ??!!I'd love to see him and Weingarten ousted .
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  • JP Lee Clearly, he is suggesting that the state spend more money on more expensive tests, which will direct money away from the schools and into the pockets of testing and other ed corporations. I don't have the words...
    Like · Reply · 4 · 9 hrs
  • Denis Ian Perhaps the unions think the testing corporations will be their new bed-mates ... as they seem to have been betrayed by the politicians they so lovingly lathered their money on ... to no avail any longer.
  • Stacey Kahn He's full of it.
Teachers union leaders support of national testing is going to force more and more parents to homeschool or organize schools of their own.




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