Philadelphia Schools are embroiled in a cheating scandal. Teachers and administrators helped kids cheat to get better scores on assessment tests. The teacher’s union claim it’s the fault of Government officials for demanding that they teach kids things.
“Do you know how many of us sat in meetings with our bosses and were told, ‘You have to bring your scores up’?” Robert McGrogan, a one-time Philadelphia principal told the Inquirer. “There was no how-to book given to us.
Sir, you call yourself an “educator.” Figuring out how to teach kids math, reading, and science is supposed to be your job. Supposedly, you want to college and got a degree in that. And now you’re claiming you’re too stupid and incompetent to do it without a manual?