Friday, May 7, 2010

high expectations

Note to Self:

When an educrat uses the term "high expectations," it is a code word for "teach to the test."  Any notion of thinking better about life is now "fluff."  For what it's worth, you don't really want high expectations.  After all, if you expect your kids to be high when they enter class, you'll be responsible for supplying Moon Pies and rocky road ice cream. You're a teacher.  You can't afford that kind of a grocery bill.  So maybe you can continue with the expectation that every child will be able to think more critically about their world.


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