Paying the Price

The younger generation is paying a heavy price for the older generation’s hysteria, selfishness and stupidity:

NEARING END OF 1ST QUARTER, NEARLY 40% OF ST. PAUL PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HAVE FAILING GRADES

This is the result of the completely unnecessary and horrible “online learning.”

3 thoughts on “Paying the Price”

  1. ” unnecessary and horrible “online learning.””

    I really don’t have the feeling my students are actually learning anything… I’m not teaching as much as trying to slow down the decay… classes here are 90 minutes with no break and they have 4 or so a day it seems like cruelty to hold them for the whole time… the whole idea that in-person learning can be scaled up to be effective for almost all students (and not just a few anti-social weirdos) is insane and failing in real time.

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  2. Well, in some public schools they solve this problem by limiting the number of students you can fail to a specific percentage. This is what someone who used to teach in a public school in Maryland told me.

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