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Angie Sullivan teaches kindergarten students in Las Vegas. Many of her students are poor. This was the discussion at the last board meeting. The board decided to spend $613,325 on more testing.
“The last thing African American students need is additional testing.
Vegas is facing a crisis. A severe and drastic teacher shortage in urban Vegas.
African American students are more likely to have no teacher.
We are missing teachers. 30,000 kids without a teacher? The school named after Martin Luther King has 8 licensed teachers and everyone else is temporary. A staff of 70 substitutes?
But we will add more testing to already at-risk kids?
African American Victory schools had an almost 100% White Administrative Staff show up this evening to ask for more testing.
An administrator speaking to the board just claimed: kids are sad when they cannot be tested? Really?
Does the school board really believe that more data of any sort will be key to improvement?
More testing is useful? Formative or summative?
This teacher will state clearly. This is a tragedy.
I would love to see the full deal. And who this vendor really is that just sideswiped the usual vendor approval process. Who is connected to this vendor and to this deal? Garvey brought the legality up several times. Good point. Voted yes anyhow.
No teachers. No teachers. No teachers.
Where is the additional support? This is supposed to help a teacher who does not exist? This will help the substitute?
Not negotiating in good faith.
Yes to testing? No to teachers.
Great example how priorities are skewed and how bad choices are made.
If you dont help kids – which is work done by skilled labor – all the data in the world is useless. It is people on the ground who love kids – who will turn schools around or help at-risk kids.
And legislators – the board blamed you several times this evening for not giving them much time. Seems they do not value you either. They routinely blame you. They blame me too.
Join the club.”