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Ivan Bustamante 14h
Replying to @w_terrence @CoryBooker
It is because he is the result of school system. What a loser ... and he is a
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LI Tour Guide from LI NY. Aug 18
If schools rely on ELA standards themselves to tell teachers WHAT to teach, they only make things worse. Our education system is really at risk, right?
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Leslie Genovese 11h
You know it’s going to be an awesome year when at curriculum night they provide a link to parent tutorial videos to help your child with their 3rd grade math.
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CivilWesterner💡DamRight 16h
Replying to @pulitzercenter @NYTmag
A backdoor curriculum sneaking in. should be outside school reqs.
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A.P. Dillon 🤨 10m
I am old enough to remember Mr. Salimido's speech to the during hearings in 2014 that was the answer to this mismatch. Video:
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Lukas Walker Aug 12
They used math and it also took them an hour to count.
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East Side Tea Party Aug 18
I've got 25 kids in each class for less than an hour apiece. Thanks to , teachers have an agenda we must get through every class. A mature, 5 minute conversation, with only 4 students would consume almost 1/2 of our time. Kids need to learn manners at home.
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Tina Marie Aug 13
So I saw a promoted tweet that must have been deleted because I cannot find it. I can say with certainty it was wrong. The vast majority of teachers and parents DO NOT LIKE .
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Professor Television Aug 18
This is in a nutshell. 💪🏻 🧠 🎉
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USPIE Aug 16
PARENTS of NYS schools (private, charter, parochial, independent, yeshivas and eventually homeschoolers) face StateEd overreach mandating curricula be “substantially equivalent” to public schools aka by any rebrand! WRITE TO oppose BOARD OF emote 9/2/19!
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SatireWorks 18h
is the same disastrous agenda that "New Math" was in the mid 60s. Public schools failed miserably to provide "adult ed" for parents so they could help their own child with homework. Back then, just as now, that was a planed agenda to separate children from family.
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twoboysandadad 23h
Unitizing? Yes! It’s an Important Big Math Idea
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Rob Smith Jr Aug 12
So Wolff would also be against .
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Charlotte Jones 9h
Replying to @jenntitus10
BS They just dont want anyone to say anything in opposition to their sometimes stupid policies like or mandatory Islamic "education" Homeschool people.
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Ms.Biggerstaff's Crew Aug 12
Trying this again, my mom created her wishlist but hasn’t had any luck clearing it since she doesn’t use much - her list has these books at different levels to meet the diverse needs of her students they are $5 each
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Bruce Deitrick Price 13h
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Krystal Aug 18
This is just too relatable. Get outta my Head, ! Now that school started again, this will be my life.
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Nick Shoemaker Aug 12
So we supposedly planted 90.0 million yet there was 11.2 million prevent plant so original intent was to plant 101.2 million acre is corn? I don’t think so, numbers don’t jive. must be using math! I must be missing something, planted should be closer to 81-83.
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David Harms Aug 15
How History Simulations can fit into the
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⚪ Bill Bailey ⚫ Aug 15
HALF the country? LOL Check your math bro
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