The TEKS SCAM

Following is a comparison of three 3rd grade math test questions. Notice that each problem has the same math TEKS. Are Texans being scammed by the Texas Education Agency, the SBOE, the Commissioner of Education and every legislature who has … Continue reading

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TASA Discredits the Declaration of Independence

Anti-American Lesson The Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) is a private organization whose goal is to transform Texas Education. An example of one of the Government lessons from TASA’s Vision Learning Curriculum has students making guesses about what the … Continue reading

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TASA’s Hostile Take Over

Following are exerts from the TASA website describing how TASA plans to take over and transform Texas education. This organization has a good start at doing this. But, parents have much more control than they are aware of. Parents can … Continue reading

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CSCOPE Targets Black Students

CSCOPE Targets Hispanic Students! CSCOPE Targets White Students! The Bottom line is that CSCOPE is bad for All Students! TASA is the Texas Association of School Administrators. TASA’s new vision learning promotes Online Education, a progressive education style that some … Continue reading

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Did Your Child Fail STAAR?

How Can Honor Roll Students Fail the STAAR? The answer to this question is easy, what kids are being taught and how they are taught doesn’t prepare them for the state tests called STAARs. I know Texas teachers whose students … Continue reading

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Why Schools Rent CSCOPE?

Reasons Superintendents and School Board Members Give for Purchasing CSCOPE Rockwall Superintendent Bailey says that the CSCOPE tool provided many benefits to the district that were lacking. For example:  X 1. CSCOPE  was developed by Texas teachers for Texas teachers that brought the pacing … Continue reading

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TASA’s Transformed Schools

What are TASA Transformed Schools? These are School Districts whose administrators and school board members have signed an agreement with the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) to work against the Texas Testing Program. How can school districts be preparing … Continue reading

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