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mike rose reflects on trump, celebrity culture, and the white working class
good news in nevada: supreme court strikes down funding of vouchers
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please help me revise a dictionary of education jargon https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/please-help-me-revise-a-dictionary-of-education-jargon/
north carolina: the education agenda of roy cooper, just confirmed as the next governor https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/north-carolina-the-education-agenda-of-roy-cooper-just-confirmed-as-the-next-governor/
ecot owes ohio $60 million, but legislator wants to provide “safe harbor” for big gop donor https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/ecot-owes-ohio-60-million-but-legislator-wants-to-provide-safe-harbor-for-big-gop-donor/
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please help me revise a dictionary of education jargon https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/please-help-me-revise-a-dictionary-of-education-jargon/
aaron pallas: what is the worst that can happen to public schools in the new administration? https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/aaron-pallas-what-is-the-worst-that-can-happen-to-public-schools-in-the-new-administration/
north carolina: the education agenda of roy cooper, just confirmed as the next governor https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/north-carolina-the-education-agenda-of-roy-cooper-just-confirmed-as-the-next-governor/
mike rose reflects on trump, celebrity culture, and the white working class https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/mike-rose-reflects-on-trump-celebrity-culture-and-the-white-working-class/
good news in nevada: supreme court strikes down funding of vouchers https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/nevada-supreme-courts-strikes-down-funding-of-vouchers-but-state-ignores-ruling/
politico: where does the devos family give its charitable contributions? https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/politico-where-does-the-devos-family-give-its-charitable-contributions/
ecot owes ohio $60 million, but legislator wants to provide "safe harbor" for big gop donor https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/ecot-owes-ohio-60-million-but-legislator-wants-to-provide-safe-harbor-for-big-gop-donor/
north carolina: governor mccrory concedes https://dianeravitch.net/2016/12/05/north-carolina-governor-mccrory-concedes/
barbara kingsolver: how we can survive in the age of trump https://dianeravitch.net/2016/11/29/barbara-kingsolver-how-we-can-survive-in-the-age-of-trump/
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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 please help me revise a dictionary of education jargon by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 89 ten years ago, ascd published a book that i compiled about education jargon and buzzwords. it is called edspeak.  recently, i became aware that nancy bailey, a teacher-blogger, was collecting jargon and buzzwords, and i started thinking that edspeak needs to be updated. it predated race to the top and many new fads and innovations of the past decade. i wrote on a post that i would love to help nancy’s help in revising the book, and she responded offering to be co-editor. ascd has given us the go-ahead to revise the book with new buzzwords, jargon, phrases, and terminology that have grown up in the past decade. last time, when i compiled the glossary of education language and terminology, i spent months scouring edweek and other publications to pick up on the latest words. this time, i am asking you to send me your favorite buzzwords, terminology, and jargon. just send them here as a comment, and nancy and i will add them to our collection. thank  you for your help. this will be the first time i have ever crowd sourced a book, but i can’t think of a better way to gather all the current and latest language of our field. here is an example of a possible new entry: “reformer”: someone who wants to close local public schools and replace them with privately managed charter schools. also known as a corporate education reformer.  categories accountability, education industry, education reform north carolina: the education agenda of roy cooper, just confirmed as the next governor by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 16 after a hard-fought election that produced a narrow margin of victory, state attorney general roy cooper was elected the next governor of north carolina. pat mccrory, current governor and tea party hero, conceded defeat. education was the leading issue for roy cooper. he railed against the actions of mccrory and the legislature, and he was elected even as the state voted for trump. maybe that’s a lesson for democratic candidates in other states. supporting public schools is wise and politically powerful. this is what governor-elect cooper says on his website: we need to make education a priority. governor mccrory has prioritized huge tax giveaways to big corporations and those at the top while he cut teaching assistants and failed to provide the resources our children need and to pay our teachers what they deserve. we have to give more pay and respect to teachers, and to treat them as the professionals they are. among the top priorities are increasing teacher pay, reversing cuts to textbooks and school buses, and stopping teacher assistant lay-offs. teachers will ultimately know we respect them when our policy reflects our rhetoric. reinstating a teaching fellows program to attract the best and brightest, providing opportunities for teachers to improve their skills as professionals, and making sure their kids are healthy and ready to learn in the classroom are vital. north carolina already ranks 46th in the country and last in the southeast in per-pupil expenditures for public schools. many good teachers are leaving for other states for better jobs, and class size has increased. that’s causing parents to lose faith in public schools and undermining north carolina’s best jobs recruiting tool, our education system. similarly, i oppose vouchers that drain money from public schools. i support strong standards and openness for all schools, particularly charter schools. while some charters are strong, we see troubling trends, such as a re-segregation of the student population, or misuse of state funds without a way to make the wrongdoers reimburse taxpayers. we need to manage the number of charter schools to ensure we don’t damage public education and we need to better measure charter schools so we can utilize good ideas in all schools. we must support early childhood education as well as our great universities and community colleges. our approach to quality education must be comprehensive. here is his education agenda. categories accountability, education reform, north carolina, privatization, supporting public schools ecot owes ohio $60 million, but legislator wants to provide “safe harbor” for big gop donor by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 6 bill phillis of the ohio coalition for adequacy and equity reports the latest on the continuing struggle to make the electronic classroom of tomorrow (ecot) accountable: wow…ohio department of education (ode) says ecot owes $60 million for collecting money in the 2015-2016 school year for students not being educated; but the chairman of the house education committee says “a ‘safe harbor’ provision could be added to senate bill 3” a december 5 dispatch article indicates the legislature will not likely deal with the ecot $60 million overcharge during the lame duck session; however, the chairman of the house education committee seems to want a “safe harbor” for ecot and other online charters. ecot has drained in the range of a billion dollars from school districts since 2000. the 2015-2016 discrepancy is $60 million (60% of the total). if the 60% ratio is applied to all previous years, the amount of school district funds collected by ecot for students not being educated would be in excess of an astronomical half billion dollars. it is time for ohio citizens to take control of chartering. categories ohio, virtual charter schools north carolina: governor mccrory concedes by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 9 in one of the closest elections in the country, governor pat mccrory conceded at last to state attorney general roy cooper in the race for governor. mccrory came to office as the formerly moderate mayor of charlotte. once in office, he joined the far-right wing tea party majority in the general assembly to pass legislation for charters and vouchers, to eliminate the respected north carolina teaching fellows program (which required a five-year education commitment and produced career teachers) and replaced it with a $6 million grant to teach for america, and enacted law after law to reduce the status of the teaching profession. to understand the damage that mccrory and his cronies did to the state read this summary of five years of political wrecking imposed on the state. categories accountability, charter schools, corporate reformers, education industry, north carolina, privatization, teacher pay, teacher tenure, vouchers politico: where does the devos family give its charitable contributions? by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 21 politico did all of us a favor by obtaining the publicly-reported 990 tax forms for betsy and dick devos foundation. if i were a billionaire and had a foundation, i would give more to the network for public education, people for the american way, the aclu, planned parenthood, the education law center, the diane silvers ravitch fund for education and the common good at wellesley college,the breukelein institute, and other organizations that sustain civil society. if  you had a foundation like the devos family, where would you give? i say, if you can’t give six figures, give the groups you admire $50, $100. help them now. to open the many links, open the piece. http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-education/2016/12/a-look-at-betsy-devos-charitable-giving-217695 where betsy and dick devos have funneled their philanthropy: beyond the millions of dollars that the devos family has spent bankrolling republican candidates across the country, betsy devos and her husband, dick, also have given away tens of millions of dollars of their fortune through a philanthropic foundation they started in 1989. – much of the billionaire couple’s charitable giving reflects their conservative political views and christian beliefs – and looking at where they’ve chosen to funnel money may also offer some clues about the causes that betsy devos may seek to champion as donald trump’s education secretary. – the foundation’s most recent tax forms, which were completed several weeks ago and obtained by politico after a request, show that the dick and betsy devos family foundation in 2015 doled out more than $10 million to a wide range of organizations – and pledged an additional $3.2 million in grants to be paid out in future years. here are some of the highlights: – the dick and betsy devos family foundation approved $400,000 in funding for loudspeaker media inc., helping former cnn anchor campbell brown launch her education site, the 74. brown said recently that she’d recuse herself from editorial involvement of her site’s coverage of devos. a couple of days before that decision, however, brown authored an op-ed for the 74 that praised devos. the foundation also gave $400,000 to brown’s nonprofit, the partnership for educational justice. – success academy charter schools received $150,000 from the foundation in 2015, with another $150,000 approved for future payment. the new york city charter school chain’s founder, eva moskowitz, who was also considered for trump’s education secretary, tweeted that she was “thrilled” about devos as the pick. the devos family foundation also donated $5,000 to greaat schools, inc., a non-profit charter school management company. – the potter’s house, a christian school in grand rapids, mich., received $200,000 from the foundation in 2015. in an interview with philanthropy roundtable, betsy devos, who hails from michigan, credited her visit to the school several decades ago as helping to spark her interest in school choice advocacy. – the couple gave $100,000 to the nonprofit alliance for school choice, which works closely with the american federation for children, of which devos recently stepped down as chair. devos has also sat on the board of the foundation for excellence in education, which was founded by former florida gov. jeb bush. the foundation gave the group $50,000. – conservative organizations: betsy devos sits on the board of the american enterprise institute for public policy. in 2015 her family foundation donated $750,000 to the washington, d.c.-based think tank – and approved another $1 million in future funding for it. in addition, the devos’ foundation donated $10,000 to institute for justice, a nonprofit libertarian law firm that has funded school choice lawsuits across the country, and $6,500 to the intercollegiate studies institute, inc., a group that promotes conservative viewpoints on college campuses. – colleges and universities: university of maryland college park foundation, which has an arts management institute named after the devoses, received $500,000. the school of missionary aviation technology, which offers undergraduate certificates in aircraft maintenance and flight and whose goal “is to equip men and women to serve god in mission aviation,” received $150,000, with another $100,000 approved. ferris state university, a public school in michigan, received $113,500. davenport university , a private nonprofit school in michigan, got $55,000, with another $100,000 approved. in addition: rollins college ($50,000); calvin college, betsy devos’ undergraduate alma mater ($35,000); embry-riddle aeronautical university ($10,000); the university of michigan’s food allergy center ($10,000); grand rapids community college foundation ($5,000); cornell university’s weill cornell medical center ($500); and wake forest university ($250). – the couple donated to a wide range of christian-related education groups, such as the grand rapids christian school association ($350,000); the ada christian school society ($50,000), the rehoboth christian school association ($10,000), and christian schools international ($1,000). – the devos’ foundation also donated to the john f. kennedy center for the performing arts ($250,000), where betsy devos previously served on the board; artprize grand rapids ($400,000), an art festival found by the family; the boy scouts of america ($305,000); the xprize foundation ($1.8 million) and a number of christian ministries, churches and pro-life groups. read the full list here. categories betsy devos, billionaires mike rose reflects on trump, celebrity culture, and the white working class by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 34 mike rose is a gifted writer who has written many books about education, work, and culture. in this post, he reflects on the meaning of the election. i exchanged emails with mike, and he told me felt paralyzed by the election. and then he wrote this essay, which i think you will enjoy reading. he begins like this: some friends and readers have been wondering why i haven’t written anything about the presidential election. the truth is i was numb with disbelief and anger and felt as hopeless about politics as i can remember feeling. what else was there to say other than the obvious: so much pain is going to be inflicted on so many. i also couldn’t get out of my head the fact that if a relatively small number of people in a handful of districts in a few states had voted or voted differently, this catastrophe of suffering would have been averted. one of the things that has baffled me from the start of donald trump’s rise in the gop primary is how he could become the darling of so many white working class voters. i know some segments of this population, particularly the people who worked in heavy industry in the northeast, many of them, like me, are the children or the grandchildren of the southern and eastern european immigrants who came to the united states in huge numbers between 1880 and 1920: italian, polish, slovakian. many of my contemporaries’ children also worked in those industries as they were in decline, or didn’t get to work in them at all, for by the early 1980s (a decade before nafta), the processes of deindustrialization had begun. if someone like donald trump, pampered and entitled, a braggart, demanding and overbearing… if such a guy happened into their midst—perhaps his limousine broke down en route from northeast ohio to western pennsylvania—if such a thing happened, many of them would certainly not embrace him, and could well dislike him, for he represents everything contrary to the codes of behavior they grew up with, the kind of man they respect, the way you talk about yourself in public. i know rural america much less well, though benefited tremendously when i stayed with local teachers in small towns during my travels for possible lives. i feel comfortable saying that the majority of the people i met in places like southwestern montana or the coal fields of eastern kentucky would have the same reaction to a trump-like fellow descending into their midst. they would regard him with suspicion. so what gives? well, as numerous political commentators have noted, especially after the election, donald trump was saying what a lot of people wanted to hear. the messenger didn’t matter. trump said many things, most of them shockingly blatant—no subtle dog whistling, except, perhaps, with anti-semitism—assailing mexicans, muslims, undocumented immigrants, women, you know the list. his pocketbook appeal to working-class voters was his anti-trade message—which got intimately wrapped up in anti-immigrant, nativist language—and his bold proclamations that he was going to bring jobs back to economically devastated regions. and though it gets much less mention than the white working class issue, we should not overlook the fact that many in the traditional republican base who are not blue-collar folk at all—the banker next door to me, the flower shop owner in omaha, the dentist in atlanta—voted in large numbers for trump even though they might have done so reluctantly. he would reverse the obama policies they don’t like, cut taxes and regulations, put conservatives on the supreme court. a lot of white republican women voted for mr. trump, defying predictions that his loutish behavior would drive them into the clinton camp, or at least lead them to not vote on the top of the ticket. and, good lord, evangelical christians overwhelmingly supported our sinner-in-chief, justifying their vote with talk of forgiveness and redemption. certainly on their minds were social issues and the supreme court. while some high-profile republicans—foreign policy experts or big players like meg whitman—supported clinton, most republicans voted for trump, with some opting for third party candidates. what elites wanted in this election—elites from the never trump gop types to katy perry and lebron james—was rejected in an angry spasm by those who felt ignored one time too many. in the bitterest of ironies, they voted for the most elite candidate of the lot, cocooned in a world of chandeliers and self-absorption. please read on. categories trump good news in nevada: supreme court strikes down funding of vouchers by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 11 nevada’s legislature enacted the most sweeping voucher legislation in the nation. the state courts have affirmed its constitutionality, although last september the supreme court of nevada struck down the funding portion of the voucher program. meanwhile, the state continues to send out applications for “education savings accounts” as though the latest ruling from the highest court never happened. it was an odd ruling. figure out the logic here: the nevada supreme court on thursday struck down the state’s education savings account law, ruling that while the premise of using taxpayer money for private education was constitutional, the method used to fund the esa program was not. the high court ordered a permanent injunction against the law — viewed as the most sweeping school choice legislation in the country — that was passed last year on a party-line vote by the republican-controlled legislature. what is especially odd about the ruling by the nevada supreme court is that the state constitution of nevada has clear, explicit prohibitions against spending public money on sectarian (religious) schools: article 11 of the state constitution includes this language: sec: 9.  sectarian instruction prohibited in common schools and university. no sectarian instruction shall be imparted or tolerated in any school or university that may be established under this constitution. section ten.  no public money to be used for sectarian purposes. no public funds of any kind or character whatever, state, county or municipal, shall be used for sectarian purpose. could it be any clearer? no public money to be used for sectarian purposes. no public funds of any kind or character whatever, state, county or municipal, shall be used for sectarian purpose. what part of this does the nevada legislature and voucher advocates not understand? as it happened, democrats recaptured control of both houses of the legislature last month, with slim majorities. they have a chance to defund the esa program altogether, if they have the will. nevada still has a republican governor who wants to keep vouchers alive. the aclu of nevada is challenging the state for continuing to invite applicants for a program that has been enjoined by the state supreme court. the american civil liberties union of nevada has taken issue with the state treasurer’s office for continuing to accept education savings account applications, two months after the supreme court had struck down the funding part of the program. the aclu argues that the treasurer’s office shouldn’t be accepting new applications on its website for a program that was found unconstitutional. “i think it’s particularly misleading to parents to ask them to sign up for a program that isn’t funded and can’t be funded,” said aclu of nevada legal director amy rose. the ruling further divided both sides in the debate over the school-choice law, which creates state-funded savings accounts for parents who seek education outside of the public school system. a group that supports public education called educate nevada now declared that the legal ruling against “education savings accounts” made it possible to address the real needs of children in the state’s schools. an education savings account (esa) is a voucher that diverts taxpayer money constitutionally allocated for public schools to private schools. the voucher program threatened to strip away nearly $40 million from nevada public schools. the same funds could be better served if they were allocated to fund pre-k, special education, ell, and the many programs that are currently underfunded. educate nevada now wrote: on november 18, 2016, judge james wilson of the eighth judicial district court issued an order ending lopez v. schwartz, the case that challenged nevada’s controversial education savings account (esa) voucher program. judge wilson entered a permanent injunction halting the program based on the supreme court’s landmark ruling declaring the esa funding scheme unconstitutional. in its ruling, the nevada supreme court affirmed judge wilson’s earlier decision, finding the voucher program “violates article 4, section 19 and article 11, sections 2 and 6 of the nevada constitution…” these are the sections of nevada’s education article that expressly prohibit the use of public school dollars for other purposes – including vouchers for private education. a little over a year ago, a group of courageous parents from across the state took a stand in court against esa vouchers. they were concerned that millions of dollars would be diverted from the public schools to pay for private schools and other private education expenditures. with many public schools woefully underfunded, the voucher bill meant nevada’s nearly 440,000 public school children would face further cuts to the critical programs, staff, and services they need to succeed in school. the supreme court’s ruling on september 29, 2016, and judge wilson’s order permanently blocking the voucher law put an end to the esa voucher program. the law in our state is now clear: funds appropriated by the state legislature for public education can only be used for one purpose – funding our public schools. it’s time now to renew the effort to strengthen nevada’s public schools. yet voucher proponents are still trying to find a way to resurrect the failed esa program. they are asking legislators to find $40 million in the state budget to subsidize private school tuition for children in families that previously signed up for vouchers, even though most of those children already attend private schools, and their families can afford the tuition without a government subsidy. nevada faces a $400 million dollar budget deficit going into the 2017 legislative session. our state consistently ranks near the bottom of the nation on measures of educational success. for example, nevada offers very limited access to high quality preschool, a research-proven program to boost academic progress. the state’s school funding system ranks at or near the bottom in funding fairness, according to an annual report released by the education law center. we are now at a crossroads. we simply can’t afford to spend scarce education dollars on subsidizing private education for a handful of students. instead, we need to join together to lift up all students. this starts with a serious investment in public education to fund urgently needed initiatives, especially in those schools serving high numbers of at-risk students. during this legislative session, let’s do the right thing for all nevada children and make sure our neighborhood schools have what they need to provide every student with the opportunity to succeed. a voucher by any other name is just as bad for the vast majority of kids who attend public schools categories funding, nevada, vouchers angie sullivan: this is what the schools of nevada need by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 3 something amazing happened in nevada in the 2016 election. democrats won control of both houses of the legislature. there is still a republican governor. angie sullivan is a second-grade teacher in nevada who often writes letters to legislators and journalists, to keep them grounded in the reality of the classroom. nevada has what is very likely the worst performing charter sector in the nation; most of the state’s lowest performing schools are charter schools. it also has a voucher program with no income limits, that is utilized by affluent families to underwrite private school tuition. it is starting an “achievement school district,” modeled on the one that failed in tennessee and the one that voters in georgia just rejected, where state officials may take over public schools with low scores and hand them over to charter operators. here is angie with her good-sense newsletter: read this: http://m.reviewjournal.com/opinion/lawmakers-must-work-together-fund-schools educators have been forced to become issue based in our state. we can no longer afford to depend wholly on either party. we have to get things done and work with any ally. we have to get things done. we will not get everything we want but we have to make headway. last session i was proud of the leadership in my state. teachers are used to compromise – we do it everyday to make headway for kids. please be willing to do the same again this session. these are my asks. _______________ first ask: a real teacher in every classroom – in the recent past, politicians, administrators and businessmen have scape-goated nevada’s education problems onto those working directly with students – the teachers. this has lead to unfunded mandates, witch-hunt type behavior, firing professionals, and driving off good teachers in our state. this never made sense – since the classroom teacher is directed by many others and very little is in our control at any level. my day is outlined and many classrooms are micromanaged to the point of damaging students. and the supplies are very limited. teachers were blamed none-the-less. these attacks on professional teachers occurred on both sides of the aisle. less productive. we are the front line. we never were the enemy. now we have at-risk schools filled with under-prepared people struggling to become an educator. it is the poor, the disenfranchised, and the needy who do not have a teacher for several years in a row. if a child has an iep and a special education need, they probably do not have a prepared professional to implement the plan. this is reform? we need to step back from attacks on collective bargaining, whittling teacher due process, and proclamations that skilled teachers are the problem. filling our schools with temporary labor is damaging a generation of students – mainly students of color. spending all our time looking for the “lemon” instead of retaining the “good guys” is costly in more ways than one. _______________________ second ask: stop funding scams and craziness. in an effort to produce quick results, nevada grabs ideas from other states. these ideas have not proven themselves and flaunt questionable research. none have proven effective with populations as diverse as ours. these nevada legislative ideas are failing on epic levels and need to be cleaned up. – charters are a disaster in nevada. the amount of fraud, embezzlement, and criminal type behavior occurring in nevada’s charters is astounding. the bipartisan legislature who supported and implemented reform by charter needs to put some teeth into laws to clean this mess up. i’m adding up the cost and it is millions and millions. – read-by-three which is grant based will fund programs in the north. 75% of the students in need are in the south but the way the language was built – only a drizzle of funding will help students who are most likely to be punished by this legislation in vegas. again nevada demands rigor without giving students and teachers resources to get the job done. punishing 8 year olds without giving them adequate opportunity is a violation of civil rights. read-by-three has only been successful in states willing to fully fund early intervention. and that costs a significant amount of money. states which implement read-by-three as nevada is doing without funding – fail miserably. this is not tough love – it is a crime. -asd [achievement school district] is scary. due to our lack of per pupil funding, nevada cannot attract viable charter operators. we spent $10 million on a harbor master, allison serafin, to attract charters to nevada. what a waste. we will now replace 6 failing public schools with charters who have failed elsewhere. to be watched over by the same system that allows the charter systems in nevada to fail on an epic level already. just how much are we spending on the charter authority and other groups responsible for overseeing charters? do we continue to ask public schools to be accountable while ignoring the atrocious failure of charters? and we force charters on communities of color with the asd – in the name of school choice. force is not choice. – esa [education savings accounts–or vouchers] is scary. a treasurer will determine education curriculum and spot check for fraud. parents will “police themselves”. blank checks will be given to mainly white affluent parents to take wherever they like or allow children to lay on the couch. and those checks will go to 8,000 applicants in the amount of $40 million in tax payer money. while lack of regulation sounds like a great idea, in nevada education it leads to waste and fraud. this is a nightmare of waste ready to happen. we have little money for real research based best practice but have spent millions on unproven and failing reform. ten years of reform and limited gains. some reform may have damaged a generator. of learners. time for a return to the steady growth produced by funding best practice. it’s not fancy or flashy but it works. ____________________ third ask: funding fairness. the southern caucus needs to advocate for our children. in a bipartisan manner, the southern caucus needs to work and make progress for our children. teachers and students need our legislators to do the heavy lift for the kids in our area. frankly we need money. the south generates most of the revenue for the state. 80% of the dsa (distributive schools account) is funding put there from clark county. clark county receives 50% in return. this is the antiquated nevada plan. also the south does not have access to mining proceeds which many rural communities can also tap for school funds. i am not advocating a grab from other schools. i am advocating for restructuring that is fair to all students wherever they reside. the south serves students who traditionally need more financial support to be successful. ccsd [clark county school district: las vegas] has huge numbers of children in poverty. our students cannot continue to endure class sizes of 40 plus. we cannot continue to ignore early intervention so vital to future success. we have to continue to fund and expand victory and zoom schools. ccsd was considering an ell plan which is necessary. the cost would be $1 billion to fund at a level appropriate for our learners in clark county. we cannot continue to train educators who leave for greener pastures. we need committed and permanent educators to see a return in teacher development investment. we need to invest in teacher pipelines and retention of excellent and fully qualified professionals. we also need teachers who reflect the faces we see in our community. it is very expensive to endure teacher churn as skilled labor looks for a better deal. __________________________ final ask: listen up both sides of the aisle . . . everything costs. unfunded mandates that may be easily implemented in a tiny rural district, can cost multiple millions to implement in ccsd with 380,000 students and 36,000 educators. that great idea a random legislator has – needs to have a price tag on it. just one thing – can rob a classroom of supplies. a great idea – can mean my students do not have books. the pot is limited. the budget is already stretched thin. we have to prioritize and necessities need to come first. we cannot continue to do more with less. unfunded mandates are killing public schools. do not send that idea without cash. just don’t do it. i’m looking at everyone here because i have seen it non-stop. most returning law makers are guilty. if we are running at a deficit of $300-$400 million, please know unfunded mandates will rob from another need. if there is zero money. there is zero money. no money – no reform. no money – no new ideas. no money – no change. it is not that different from a budget at your house. it is not that we do not want things, we just cannot afford it right now. whipping teachers like we are going to row faster on a viking ship – just leaves us too whipped to teach. unfunded mandates are usually implemented by teachers from our own pockets – we pull from our personal bank accounts, our families, and our time to implement that great idea. many unfunded mandates are half implemented and just waste time and money because they are impossible. it is a burden. ideas cost money. ____________ listen to me. i am without guile. my hands are clean as i work to teach seven year olds to read. these are my asks. i have spent a lifetime educating children. i am from nevada where we used to fund near the top and achieve results near the top too. i have watched my state’s educational success plummet as our per pupil spending has declined. that is a fact proven with real data. educating students costs. competition has not and will not improve nevada’s system. tough love, fads and gimmicks are draining precious resources. teachers will fail if we do not have what we need to do the job. some things are more important than winning and losing a political game. please work together for kids this session in a well thought out way that makes progress. you expect a lot from teachers. teachers need resources spent the right way to make progress. categories accountability, budget cuts, charter schools, education industry, education reform, funding, nevada, privatization, teach for america, teachers and teaching, vouchers aaron pallas: what is the worst that can happen to public schools in the new administration? by dianeravitch december 5, 2016 // 23 aaron pallas, professor of sociology and education at teachers college, columbia university, asks, what’s the worst that can happen with the u.s. department of education and congress leading the effort to privatize public education. he has two scenarios: one is the worst-case scenario where the administration does maximum damage to public education and the teaching profession; the other foresees structural limitations on the damage they can inflict and offers hope for surviving the next four years. categories betsy devos, privatization, trump standing rock sioux win; pipeline route will change by dianeravitch december 4, 2016 // 20 the u.s. army corps of engineers announced that it would not run the dakota pipeline through the tribe’s lands. 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