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Squawk of the day - May 4, 2013

"Thanks to Dr. Mosely for being a refreshing light at the end of a tunnel. Your hard work is just an inspiration to teachers in the DCSS. We now have hope."

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Comments

MRKIA 11 months, 3 weeks ago

DCSS EMPLOYEES ARE GOING TO HAVE TO GET USED TO DOING SOMETHING THAT MIGHT BE A FIRST FOR SOME OF THEM, NAMELY FOLLOW POLICY AND PROCEDURE AND BECOME ACADEMICALLY QUALIFIED TO DO YOUR JOB.

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Sister_Ruby_Two 11 months, 3 weeks ago

This should be the Bright Side and the Bright Side comment should be the Squawk of the Day. Mix up?

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ZCorp 11 months, 3 weeks ago

This has been placed here or a reason. Interesting. See, I can give credit where credit is due, nice comment sister.

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chinaberry25 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Now you see what the school system can do with top dogs, but let's address the real issue. Misbehavior of the students. Cutting class, walking the halls, leaving campus early and returning for the bus. These are as important as suspending a teacher. There is a band of students who leave DHS everyday and return just before the bus comes. They walk, so it should not be too hard to find them.

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RedEric 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Dr Mosely can provide the teachers with the security they need to do the job. The results of this education system indicates the teachers need to change methods. Do not complain about the quality of students or parents. This is what you have to work with. What do you need to do to improve the results?

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FryarTuk 11 months, 3 weeks ago

Mosley can get their backs while he is here but remember DCSS is one election away from returning to the abyss. It is unfortunate there is little quality professional support for the teachers in the system and as bubbaneck once pointed out the teachers don't participate willingly though it isn't surprising. DCSS is replete with advanced degrees from Cyber U which are fundamentally meaningless for student learning needs. I do believe there has to be a stronger focus on getting students to school in the lower and middle grades even to the extent of taking parents to court.

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waltspecht 11 months, 3 weeks ago

There needs to be a head count in each class after each period change and the results caled into the Office. Then there has to be an accountability of the missing students. The Resource Officers and the whole School Police need to swiftly enforce the cuts. It is currently a Society of tolerance and look the other way. It needs to become a society of intollerance and consequences that actually affect change. Make these folks do the job they are paid to do. Don't even be fool enough to threaten their jobs for doing theirs. I believe there is enough support to force this through and protect the teachers that really want to do their job correctly. Maybe they need to equip Teachers with one of those clip on videocams the Cops use in Mississippi. I have one purchased individually, and it only cost $70. That way, there would be that proof the Administrators ask for, and use for an escuse not to act. Plus, how in the heck can the system ask a departing student to evaluate a Teacher? The student isn't even smart enough to stay in school, let alone evaluate an Educator. Plus, from Police aquaintances I have learned that a lie will be the answer to most questions, even when the truth wouldn't hurt the individual. I have even been told they lie so often they can fool a lie detector because they aren't under any stress lying.

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