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Khasm13

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it's just another day in the life of the educational system in america....
you should see some of the conditions black kids have to learn in
on chicago's west side...most ap's are only there to collect a check...and thas the real
they can give a d@mn about whether children learn or not...unfortunately, i don't see that changing in the near future...not until teachers and administrators are paid more...


no child left behind my @ss...

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panafrica

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Khasm13 said:
it's just another day in the life of the educational system in america....you should see some of the conditions black kids have to learn in
on chicago's west side...most ap's are only there to collect a check...and thas the realthey can give a d@mn about whether children learn or not...unfortunately, i don't see that changing in the near future...not until teachers and administrators are paid more...no child left behind my @ss...

I grew up in the Illinois education system...I know 1st hand about racist white teachers instructing black students from there.
 

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How awful for those children...beating is too good for that witch !!!

Isaiah said:
My eldest sister always swept her greens up with a handful of corn or pan bread...(smile!) The tradition, no doubt!

Yes thank ya'll for that reminder....

The women folk on my Ma's side of the family used to do that too (including me) I don't even remember when we stopped or why :( I sure do miss my old folks !
 

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