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march 28, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/ohio-study-sponsored-by-pro-voucher-group-shows-negative-effects-of-vouchers/
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results of a study of the ohio voucher program https://edexcellence.net/publications/evaluation-of-ohio’s-edchoice-scholarship-program-selection-competition-and-performance
here is the full study https://edex.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/publication/pdfs/fordham%20ed%20choice%20evaluation%20report_online%20edition.pdf
attention to the modest gains of http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/07/07/study-voucher-students-dont-fare-as-well-as-public-school-peers.html
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march 28, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/closed-by-choice/
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here https://greatschoolwars.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/closed-by-choice.pdf
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major scientific discovery: kids need to move more https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/major-scientific-discovery-kids-need-to-move-more/
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published an article saying that children need to move more https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/21/well/family/why-kids-shouldnt-sit-still-in-class.html?smprod=nytcore-ipad&smid=nytcore-ipad-share
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the blog has reached 30 million hits: an announcement https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/the-blog-has-reached-30-million-hits-an-announcement/
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new york: victory for parents and children in court! https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/new-york-victory-for-parents-and-children-in-court/
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fred smith: the pathetic lies of the new york state education department, in service of the testing regime https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/fred-smith-the-pathetic-lies-of-the-new-york-state-education-department-in-service-of-the-testing-regime/
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trump names anti-lgbt activist to head office of civil rights at hhs https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/trump-names-anti-lgbt-activist-to-head-office-of-civil-rights-at-hhs/
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a great night at southold high school: a personal report https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/a-great-night-at-southold-high-school/
by dianeravitch https://dianeravitch.net/author/dianerav/
march 27, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/a-great-night-at-southold-high-school/
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what if governor kasich were to spend a day or a week in the classroom? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/what-if-governor-kasich-were-to-spend-a-day-or-a-week-in-the-classroom/
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march 27, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/what-if-governor-kasich-were-to-spend-a-day-or-a-week-in-the-classroom/
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ohio: study sponsored by pro-voucher group shows negative effects of vouchers https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/ohio-study-sponsored-by-pro-voucher-group-shows-negative-effects-of-vouchers/
closed by choice: the tragedy of public schools in chicago https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/closed-by-choice/
major scientific discovery: kids need to move more https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/major-scientific-discovery-kids-need-to-move-more/
the blog has reached 30 million hits: an announcement https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/28/the-blog-has-reached-30-million-hits-an-announcement/
the onion: who forgot their briefcase? one of the funniest ever https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/the-onion-who-forgot-their-briefcase-one-of-the-funniest-ever/
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laura chapman: trump cronies are running the u.s. department of education https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/laura-chapman-trump-cronies-are-running-the-u-s-department-of-education/
fred smith: the pathetic lies of the new york state education department, in service of the testing regime https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/fred-smith-the-pathetic-lies-of-the-new-york-state-education-department-in-service-of-the-testing-regime/
the onion: who forgot their briefcase? one of the funniest ever https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/the-onion-who-forgot-their-briefcase-one-of-the-funniest-ever/
trump assigns his son-in-law to overhaul the federal government with business ideas https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/26/trump-assigns-his-son-in-law-to-overhaul-the-federal-government-with-business-ideas/
what if governor kasich were to spend a day or a week in the classroom? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/what-if-governor-kasich-were-to-spend-a-day-or-a-week-in-the-classroom/
tennessee court case: does a student have the right to a teacher, or will a computer suffice? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/25/tennessee-court-case-does-a-student-have-the-right-to-a-teacher-or-will-a-computer-suffice/
trump names anti-lgbt activist to head office of civil rights at hhs https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/trump-names-anti-lgbt-activist-to-head-office-of-civil-rights-at-hhs/
new york: victory for parents and children in court! https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/new-york-victory-for-parents-and-children-in-court/
a great night at southold high school: a personal report https://dianeravitch.net/2017/03/27/a-great-night-at-southold-high-school/
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home about follow diane’s posts blog topics alec catholic schools boston consulting group broad foundation california charter schools chiefs for change education industry education reform georgia harlem success academy idaho indiana k12 inc. louisiana michigan naep national council on teacher quality (nctq) new orleans new york nyc on-line education parent groups pearson pennsylvania philadelphia special education st. louis teachers tennessee vouchers diane ravitch's blog a site to discuss better education for all ohio: study sponsored by pro-voucher group shows negative effects of vouchers by dianeravitch march 28, 2017 // 3 i was a founding board member of the thomas b. fordham foundation (now, institute). it is a pro-choice organization. i opposed the decision to sponsor charter schools in ohio, because i thought it was outside the work of a think tank. my ideal think tank would exercise independence in reviewing government policy and gain respect for avoiding doctrinaire conclusions. on that issues, i was out voted, but was not surprised when most or all of the charters we sponsored were failing schools. i left tbf in 2009 when i realized that i no longer shared its commitment to choice, testing, and accountability. i appreciate the fact that tbf is more willing to acknowledge its failings than other rightwing advocacy groups. last july, tbf released the results of a study of the ohio voucher program, commissioned by tbf and conducted by northwestern professor david figlio. here is the full study. the study was not an endorsement of vouchers. the students who won the vouchers were not the most disadvantaged: “student selection: the students participating in edchoice are overwhelmingly low-income and minority children. but relative to pupils who are eligible for vouchers but choose not to use them, the participants in edchoice are somewhat higher-achieving and less economically disadvantaged.” voucher schools can choose their students and did not accept the neediest “competitive effects: edchoice modestly improved the achievement of the public-school students who were eligible for a voucher but did not use it. the competition associated with the introduction of edchoice appears to have spurred these public-school improvements.” this strikes me as a gargantuan leap of logic. the students who did not use the vouchers improved their test scores. but nothing in this study ascertains that they improved because of competition with vouchers. it is just as reasonable to conclude that they had better teachers than those in the voucher schools. “participant effects: the students who used vouchers to attend private schools fared worse on state exams compared to their closely matched peers remaining in public schools. only voucher students assigned to relatively high-performing edchoice eligible public schools could be credibly studied.” the spokesman for tbf called attention to the modest gains of students who didn’t use the voucher. so here is the logic of ohio’s voucher program: if you use the voucher, your academic performance will go down. if you don’t use the voucher, you academic performance will modestly improve. this is a bizarre argument for vouchers. take the medicine and you will get sicker. don’t take the medicine and you will feel better. why is ohio wasting millions on a program that doesn’t work? unless you are not in it? categories education reform, failure, ohio, vouchers closed by choice: the tragedy of public schools in chicago by dianeravitch march 28, 2017 // 4 “closed by choice” is an important report about what politicians have done to the children and communities of chicago for the past 20 years. they have systematically defunded and closed public schools, offering various lame excuses, while opening well-resourced charter schools. the report can be found here. ” *of the 108 new charter schools opened between 2000 and 2015, 62% of new charter schools were opened in areas with high population loss (25% or more). *between 2000-2009, 85% of new charter schools were located within 1.5 miles of schools that were later closed. *the 27% of all cps charter schools that filed a 2015 audit with the illinois state board of education had a combined outstanding debt of $227 million that will be paid back with tax payer dollars. this off-the-books debt is not included in cps’ overall $6 billion debt.” the bottom line is that the overwhelming majority of children, who are children of color, have been systematically neglected for the sake of creating a dual school system. this is not education reform. this is privatization at the expense of the overwhelming majority of children. this is rahm emanuel’s agenda, this is arne duncan’s agenda, this is betsy devos’ agenda. categories budget cuts, charter schools, chicago, closing schools, corporate reformers, education industry, education reform major scientific discovery: kids need to move more by dianeravitch march 28, 2017 // 10 happily, the new york times published an article saying that children need to move more. there is actual scientific research proving that immobility is not healthy. it is not healthy for adults but especially not for children, whose bodies are growing. some nations, like finland, realized this a long time ago, so students have recess and outdoor play after every class. recess! time to go outside and run and play! the authorities think this is good for the children. back in the olden times, most american schools had recess a few times a day, at least once or twice, anyway. but over the past two decades, the need to raise standardized test scores has dwarfed the importance of movement and play. test scores are the purpose of schooling, right? the article includes several references to apps and videos so that teachers will know how children should move. that’s in case you don’t know or forgot children move. the finns have another approach. no videos. no apps. they open the school doors and let the children go outside, where there is playground equipment. without any direction, children move all by themselves. categories accountability, childhood, education industry, play, research, testing the blog has reached 30 million hits: an announcement by dianeravitch march 28, 2017 // 20 last night, the blog passed the 30 million mark. that is the number of times that someone has opened a post. i started the blog at the end of april 2012. five years. i have loved getting to know so many new people, if only virtually. i have spent five years learning about what is happening many districts and states. i have read every one of the nearly 400,000 comments you have left. i draw upon what i have learned from you. you have been my teachers. i have tried to speak for children and educators. i have tried to keep in front of my mind a constant vision of what good education is and should be as i write. reaching the 30 million mark provides a reason for reflection. i enjoy the blogging but i plan to shift gears. i am spending too many hours a day on this; it is a full-time occupation. i don’t want it to feel onerous. i want to set limits for myself. i haven’t done that these past five years. here is my announcement. i have started writing my memoirs. i have so far written about 15,000 words. i am having so much fun doing it. writing the blog has made me a better writer. words flow more easily, as do feelings. i don’t blog for myself. i blog because i am trying to give voice to the educators who have no public platform. i have opened the blog to teacher-writers to tell their stories. i have wanted to create a space for teacher-leaders to speak up. i wanted many people to feel emboldened to speak out. i have wanted to build a movement against the assault on public schools and the teaching profession. that’s why i joined with anthony cody five years ago to start the network for public education. its membership has grown to more than 350,000 under the great leadership of carol burris. i hope everyone who reads this is a member of the network for public education. the fight for the future of public education has never been as perilous and crucial as it is now. i need you. there is so much work to be done. i need allies, and i need successors. we need to maintain the spirit of unity and outrage that came close to derailing betsy devos’s appointment. wherever you are, be strong. fight for the common good. oppose the politics of greed and privatization. all of us together can protect our values, our children, our democracy. do not be discouraged by the current situation. resistance works. protest works. we shall overcome. ps: i am not stopping the blog. just announcing my determination to shift gears, slow down, be unpredictable. but it may take a long time to be noticeable, and it may not happen at all. old habits die hard. categories personal the onion: who forgot their briefcase? one of the funniest ever by dianeravitch march 27, 2017 // 7 enjoy. this is one of the funniest pieces i have ever seen in the onion. categories humor new york: victory for parents and children in court! by dianeravitch march 27, 2017 // 6 education law center new york appeals court orders cuomo administration to release school improvement grants in a major victory for parents, a new york appeals court has ordered the state division of budget to immediately release over $37 million in improvement grants to 20 needy schools across the state. a year ago, the grants were frozen by governor andrew cuomo’s budget director, robert mujica, triggering a lawsuit by parents of students in three of the affected schools. “i am most happy for the children who would benefit from these funds as it shows them that there are people other than their parents who care about their future,” said curtis witters, a parent plaintiff in the lawsuit. “i hope the schools will utilize these funds to help our students be as successful and progressive as possible.” education law center represents the parents of students in the three schools: hackett middle school in albany, roosevelt high school in yonkers, and jhs 80 moshulo parkway middle school in the bronx. in an order issued today, the appeals court “vacated,” or lifted, a “stay” of a december 28, 2016, decision by judge kimberly o’connor in albany finding mr. mujica had acted illegally in withholding the grants. judge o’connor directed the budget director to immediately release the impounded grant funds. an appeal of by the cuomo administration triggered an automatic stay of judge o’connor’s ruling. the parents then asked the appeals court to lift the stay, citing the urgent need to release the funds so needed programs could be implemented in the upcoming (2017-18) school year. today’s order clears the way for the funds to be released so the schools can begin their planning process. “we are pleased the appellate division ordered the immediate release of the grant funds,” said wendy lecker, elc senior attorney. “these grants were frozen illegally, forcing the schools to discontinue vital academic and support services in the current school year. these schools can now plan to restore these programs to improve performance and help their students succeed.” “mr. mujica had no legal basis for impounding these grants in the first place,” said elc executive director david sciarra. “it’s tragic that the cuomo administration would waste time and money to defend their illegal action in court, rather than working cooperatively with local educators to improve outcomes for vulnerable children.” in addition to vacating the stay, the appeals court also granted the parents’ motion to expedite consideration of the merits of the appeal, placing it on the court’s may 2017 calendar. for more information about cortes v. mujica, visit these pages on the education law center website. education law center press contact: sharon krengel policy and outreach director skrengel@edlawcenter.org 973-624-1815, x 24 categories accountability, cuomo, andrew, funding, new york fred smith: the pathetic lies of the new york state education department, in service of the testing regime by dianeravitch march 27, 2017 // 13 fred smith is a testing expert who worked for the new york city board of education for many years. in retirement, he volunteers for parent groups fighting to stop excessive and pointless standardized testing. the testing starts tomorrow across the state, and the state education department is pulling out all the stops to hinder, deter, and block the opt-out movement. the new york state education department (sed) has been campaigning to dissuade more parents from abandoning the annual testing program. last year the parents and guardians of 220,000 children opted out of the english language arts (ela) and math exams. they are given to 1.2 million children annually in grades 3 through 8. their administration becomes the center of attention for six school days. they are due to begin on tuesday. the effort to keep parents onboard this year depends on repeating the same misleading information the state provided in 2016. it must be challenged. there are also important test-related matters sed fails to advise parents about. seeking to turn back the opt-out movement, misinformation about testing has been reduced to a few scripted points to help sed and education administrators convey the idea that the testing program has improved: the number of questions on the exams has been reduced; more teachers have been involved in developing them; and the tests are untimed. on the surface these seem attractive. but, fewer items make less reliable tests. the teachers who were involved reviewed but didn’t write the questions, which were developed by test publisher pearson. and the removal of time limits means the tests are no longer being conducted under standard conditions, thereby nullifying attempts to measure growth. effectively, the results of the 2017 exams cannot be used to make meaningful comparisons over time. this should end their already shaky use to assess student progress, or be factored into value-added formulas to judge teacher effectiveness, or enter into the evaluation of school performance. ipso facto, the inability to make year-to-year comparisons of achievement is a sufficient reason for opting out. another selling point the state makes is that, while the tests will continue to be given, no teachers or principals will be affected by the results. this may lull people concerned about the misuse of the tests into accepting their administration because negative consequences have diminished. my experience tells me something different. whenever there is an investment in testing, a use for the scores will be found to justify the cost and to shield decision makers, who lean on the results, from taking direct responsibility for their actions. there is a darker side to the propaganda. in announcing the improvements, an sed spokesperson said, “it’s up to parents to decide if their children should take the tests and we want them to have all the facts so they can make an informed decision.” then why does state education commissioner elia withhold information on a parent’s right to opt out of the exams? and why has the state continued since 2012 to keep parents in the dark about the field testing of questions that allow publishers to develop future exams for free by trying out test questions on children? both omissions are most notable in a one-page document posted on sed’s engageny , titled the 2017 grades 3-8 new york state assessments: what parents need to know. evidently, they must know the tests are untimed, shortened, reflective of teacher involvement and the fact that some districts will give them on computers. the ultimate goal is a transition to universal computer-based testing. no reason they should know about opting out or about the field tests. this is pure arrogance. presenting information in a need-to-know manner implies that parents are like soldiers told only those things that are essential to the discharge of their duties—in this case, an obligation to take the tests. this is how we “enage” parents?! here are some more facts about 2017’s field testing that parents don’t need to know: there are two approaches publishers follow to develop questions and determine which should be kept for subsequent exams. the preferred way is to embed try-out material (reading passages and associated questions) in the test booklets that students are striving to complete. in theory, students can’t tell which questions are experimental and do not count in scoring their tests from the operational ones that count. thus, they should be motivated to do well on the trial items. this year, 22% of the ela multiple-choice items that appear in test book 1 (march 28) are being field tested. in grade 3, 25% of the items are being tried out. that is, one reading passage and six out of the 24 items are developmental. they don’t count, but they require time and energy to complete and their inclusion on the tests can have an impact on the results. in math, embedded items will make up 14% of the tests, interspersed among the operational items. they are contained in test books 1 and 2 (may 2 and 3). statewide, 1.2 million children have been volunteered to participate. parents haven’t been asked for their consent. the less preferred way to try out items, known as stand-alone field testing, has also been taken by sed, because embedding has not yielded enough items to build new tests. so, separate field tests are used to generate sufficient material for the next round. here too, parents are not told about these tests. the state has targeted 3,073 schools for ela or math stand-alone field testing on one grade level any day between may 22 and june 9. 973 of them are being tapped to participate in the computer-based testing part of this experiment. what makes stand-alone field testing weak is that students are not motivated to do well on tests that are given late in the year consisting entirely of questions they know don’t count. therefore, the information obtained about how the try-out items functioned is tenuous when publishers must choose which ones will become operational. stand-alone field testing has been discredited and criticized as contributing to poorly constructed common core exams. there are no negative consequences for rejecting this shoddy approach. clearly, not leveling with parents shows contempt. it is part of sed’s conspiracy of silence designed to keep mass testing in place. parents and their children, the lifeblood of the public schools, should strongly consider opting out of the 2017 exams. categories lies, opt out, parents, propaganda, standardized testing, students trump names anti-lgbt activist to head office of civil rights at hhs by dianeravitch march 27, 2017 // 15 the trump administration continues to stack the federal government with radical right wing extremists. propublica reports that roger severino of the heritage foundation will head the office of civil rights at the department of health and human services. in addition to opposing the rights of transgender people, severino oppose marriage equality and public funding of planned parenthood. “the trump administration has quietly appointed a heritage foundation staffer who has railed against civil rights protections for transgender patients as director of the federal agency charged with protecting the civil rights of all patients. “though the administration did not issue a formal announcement, roger severino is now listed on the website of the u.s. department of health and human services as director of the office for civil rights. his prior position was as director of the devos center for religion and civil society at the heritage foundation, where he focused on “religious liberty, marriage and life issues.” (the devos center is named for the in-laws of education secretary betsy devos.) “the civil rights office is in charge of enforcing patient privacy protections and ensuring that patients’ civil rights are protected, that they are free from discrimination and that they have access to services such as interpreters. “asked for comment, hhs forwarded a link to severino’s title and biography. in a statement, heritage spokeswoman marguerite bowling said, “roger severino has a distinguished record of fighting for the civil rights and freedoms of all americans. we have no doubt that roger in his new role at hhs will protect the civil rights of all americans.” “severino’s position does not require senate confirmation. “based on his prior writings, severino will likely take the agency in a different direction than it had under the obama administration. last year, the agency issued rules banning discrimination against transgender patients, carrying out provisions of the affordable care act. (a federal judge put those rules on hold on dec. 31, siding with a catholic hospital system, other religious health providers and five states that challenged them. the trump administration has not sought to overturn the injunction.) “when those rules were proposed, severino and a heritage colleague wrote a scathing critique, saying they jeopardized the religious liberty and freedom of conscience of health care providers. “by prohibiting differential treatment on the basis of ‘gender identity’ in health services, these regulations propose to penalize medical professionals and health care organizations that, as a matter of faith, moral conviction, or professional medical judgment, believe that maleness and femaleness are biological realities to be respected and affirmed, not altered or treated as diseases,” severino wrote with colleague ryan anderson. “in a column for the conservative website daily signal, severino and anderson wrote that the hhs rule would force doctors to perform sex reassignment surgeries. “they would effectively require controversial procedures, such as ‘sex-reassignment’ surgery, that respected medical professionals argue have not been proven effective in treating serious mental health conditions.” “despite the column’s assertions, federal rules cannot force doctors to perform procedures for which they are not trained or competent. moreover, professional societies support coverage for gender transition treatments…. “a coalition of progressive groups criticized severino’s appointment. “i could not think of a more dangerous person to head up the office of civil rights at hhs,” jodee winterhof, senior vice president of policy and political affairs of the human rights campaign, said in a statement. “once again, donald trump is declaring war against our community by appointing anti-lgbtq people at all levels of his administration.” “the leadership conference on civil and human rights also expressed its dismay. “this appointment, made without fanfare, is part of disturbing trend by the trump administration of naming people who disagree or outright oppose the mission or role of an agency or office to leadership positions within those entities,” the group said in a statement.” categories civil rights, trump a great night at southold high school: a personal report by dianeravitch march 27, 2017 // 10 superintendent david gamberg leads the schools of two adjoining school districts on long island, greenport and southold on long island. gamberg has a holistic view of education. he believes in the full development of young children as happy, healthy, well-rounded people. he thinks that the arts are far more important than test scores. he wants the children to explore their talents. his schools have a garden, where the children raise vegetables and share them. southold schools have an amazing array of musical activities, including an orchestra, a choir, and a jazz band. it also has an award-winning robotics team. and its rate of opting out from state tests is one of the highest in the state. superintendent gamberg invited mary and me to attend the major school production of the school year: “les miserables.” we had seen it many years ago in both london and new york. it is a big, ambitious production, with a huge cast and demanding musical numbers. i couldn’t imagine how students could pull off this sprawling and complicated musical. the event was held in the high school auditorium, which holds about 700 people. lucky we had reserved seats because the house was packed, as were all the other performances. parents, grandparents, siblings, and local community members from every walk of life. the music was supplied by the school’s 16-piece orchestra, and it was fabulous. the show was spectacular. we were blown away by the acting, the singing, and the staging. the student talent was amazing. some of the kids had acted in school productions for four, five, or six years. there must have been fifty students in the cast, maybe more, and many more working behind the scenes. the story of jean val jean and inspector javert was presented with zest, passion, and the energy of youth. it was really, really funny to see these beautiful children standing on the barricades and singing about the revolution and waving a big red flag in a community that voted by a small margin for trump. we loved the show and so did the rest of the audience. the cast and orchestra received a standing ovation and cheers that rocked the room. we looked at each other and said, “now we know why we pay taxes, and it is money well spent.” an event like this performance is what makes a public school a community school. you can bet that the next bond issue will easily pass. not just because of this production, but because of the vision that produces an education that unifies the community and gives all children a chance to shine. america has many thousands of communities like this one. the public schools are the cement of the community. betsy devos doesn’t understand that. she never will. sad. categories arts education, joy, students what if governor kasich were to spend a day or a week in the classroom? by dianeravitch march 27, 2017 // 21 a while back, ohio governor john kasich proposed that teachers should be required for recertification to spend time in a business so they could understand the real world. sarah guinn of the athens “messenger” reported that: “some legislators responded by proposing the get reals act (governor’s externship for training of realistic expectations of academic leadership in schools) which would require kasich to spend 40 hours of on-site observations inside a public school. the messenger decided to do the externship for a day at athens high school.” guinn took on the challenge that kasich has so far ducked. she learned a lot. the teachers wish that kasich would try it. he would stop loading up the schools with mandates and unnecessary tests. he might learn a lot too. she writes: “natalie bobo’s classroom is replete with a tennis shoe-filled box for anyone who may need them, a griddle she uses a few times during the year to make breakfast for students and a myriad of basic school supplies and materials — a number of which are paid for from her own pocket. “so what else might kasich see if he were to venture to athens high school? “for this psuedo-kasich who hasn’t spent a full day at high school in almost a decade, the experience was eye-opening in a number of ways. “bobo, an intervention specialist, changes gears many times throughout the day. she spends three periods in her own classroom providing instruction to students who need a slower-paced class than what’s typical for their grade level, and three outside of her classroom co-teaching. two other periods are dedicated to academic coaching and planning. “for the periods outside her classroom, bobo teams up with molly roach to co-teach two freshman english classes; one for students at a typical level, and another at college-prep. she also co-teaches social studies with paul kaiser. “this is a typical day for bobo from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., but her true hours reach far beyond what’s contractually agreed upon, as is the case with many teachers. “teaching is physically and mentally exhausting,” roach said. “i am on my feet all day, lecturing, monitoring group work, jumping from student to student to give individual help. i have to attend meetings. i have to plan and write tests. i have to grade the work of 132 students. i have one 43-minute planning period during which i am supposed to accomplish all my grading and planning, make copies, enter my grades, check and answer my emails, make parent phone calls, and heaven forbid use the restroom or call home to check on my own children.” “she eats and works at her desk during her 30-minute lunch break, she said, and takes home folders of ungraded papers each night.” “when you are a teacher, you get no rest. there is always someone needing something from you,” she said. “you’re never finished with your work. it feels like a treadmill on high speed sometimes.” take this idea and run with it. invite elected officials to be a teaching assistant for a day. target state legislators. they have no idea what happens in schools. categories ohio, teachers and teaching « older entries search all posts search for: previous posts march 2017 (254) february 2017 (263) january 2017 (353) december 2016 (240) november 2016 (274) october 2016 (219) september 2016 (218) august 2016 (211) july 2016 (217) june 2016 (220) may 2016 (233) april 2016 (229) march 2016 (242) february 2016 (244) january 2016 (247) december 2015 (230) november 2015 (233) october 2015 (292) september 2015 (262) august 2015 (268) july 2015 (252) june 2015 (254) may 2015 (277) april 2015 (290) march 2015 (322) february 2015 (281) january 2015 (247) december 2014 (225) november 2014 (226) october 2014 (287) september 2014 (283) august 2014 (271) july 2014 (258) june 2014 (281) may 2014 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