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If your child is in a CSCOPE school, please consider sending the petition below to your school district superintendent.
The petition explains reasons the current curriculum being used in your school needs to be removed immediately.
If you need more information about CSCOPE, read CSCOPE Myths
The senate education committee met Jan. 31, 2013 to review the CSCOPE instruction material that has managed to placed in more than 80% of Texas school district. This is not because the material is good, but because of the unscrupulous methods used by Texas agencies created to be of service to our schools. These agencies are called Texas Education Service Centers.
For a print ready pdf file of this petition see, Petition to Superintendents
PETITION ON BEHALF OF TEXAS SCHOOL CHILDREN
In so far as, a growing number of citizens of Texas have demanded the removal of CSCOPE from local public schools due to evidence of substandard instructional material, illegally plagiarized lessons, anti-American sentiments, and financial impropriety, and
In so far as, Senators on the Texas Education Committee have deemed that CSCOPE warrants further investigation for not seeking legal counsel from the Texas Attorney General’s office nor from the Commissioner of Education at the Texas Education Agency, in 2009 when CSCOPE was incorporated as a 501(3)(c) non-charitable organization under the Texas Education Service Center Curriculum Collaborative (TESCCC). It was stated that when a governmental body seeks to form a 501 (3)(c) , TESCCC should have sought legislative authority. None was sought, and
In so far as, the Texas Attorney General’s office has stated that the TESCCC is a governmental body, yet it is using public funds to develop a product, uses public dollars to pay its employees, yet has no TESCCC business office, does not post its agenda, does not allow the public into its meetings, will not allow public access to its minutes, and
In so far as, the TESCCC attempted to silence teachers by imposing a contract threatening legal action against teachers who allowed parents to view lesson content, which is in direct violation of Texas Education Code Chapter 26 E, Section 26.006, insert and
In so far as, our children deserve quality instructional materials that have been properly reviewed for integrity of content, and
In so far as, numerous school boards across the state have already held hearings at which time concerned citizens and taxpayers have expressed legitimate concerns,
I, ________________________, petition that Superintendent ____________________, issue a stop order for _________________________ Independent School District releasing teachers from mandated use of these lessons, effective immediately, pending a thorough and impartial review by state authorities.