Superintendents Forbid Teacher to Educate Students
Teachers that relate to this information, please send in comments.
Written by a CSCOPE Teacher/Parent
I have a unique perspective on CSCOPE. I have worked in the same district for over a decade and I’ve seen fads come and go. I get to see CSCOPE from a teacher’s point of view.
I get to see it from a parent’s point of view but my access is greater than other parents due to my CSCOPE logon credentials.
I also get to see CSCOPE from the point of view of a consumer. I want to know what my daughter is learning at middle school but the parent portal is bad.
I want to invite parents into the classroom to work with struggling kids but I can’t give them our lessons due to the non-disclosure agreement.
Text Books Not Used
I have to put on a pretty face when people ask me about textbooks. We don’t use them.
I can’t speak out against it (CSCOPE) without getting threatened or fired and out of all of this I am the one who gets the most blame if the students don’t perform.
I have no problem with being “held accountable” for test scores if I am the one who created a lesson that didn’t work.
I am being “held accountable” for being forced to use lessons that I know don’t work.
My administrator walks through my room taking pictures with the iPad making sure I am on board. How George Orwell can you get.
Parents trust me to do what is right for my students but they don’t know that I would lose my job if I did.
Dig deeper people. The teachers are not the bad guys.