so how do the tests from the cheating Atlanta area fit into this statistical nightmare? tell us where the shortcomings, and the successes, fall within the state. we would really like to see where improvement is needed. seems unfair, after the cheating debacle, to lump all of Georgia into a stat sheet. give credit where it is due and shine the light of indignation in the corners where the unscrupulous hide.
we have career politicians that use their influence to reward those that help them get elected with lucrative government contracts, grants, and low cost loans. they receive inside information that helps them turn their $1M savings account turn into $10M in four years on a $170k annual salary. they spend our money without regard for our needs or our future.
if we truly want change then we must pull together to remove these career politicians from office and elect responsible persons that will put term limits in congress. We need a congress that will remove the recurring entitlement programs that were designed to keep one of these career politicians in office. these elected officials perpetuate the growth of our debt and it will not change unless we remove them all from office.
someone put a party together that will save the constitution and run the country with the original intent, of the greatest document ever written, as the center piece of our agenda. it is not time to point fingers because both the dems and the reps are to blame. we all are to blame because we elect the lesser of two evils.
work together to save the US
so they got caught cheating on the standardized test so now they seek a waiver for No Child Left behind. Atlanta is just trying to sweep it all under the table by claiming the criteria is too difficult. What a crime. The model school district by which all education programs are created to help in the state, is the only district that had to cheat to pass the tests. Looks like the Department of Ed. needs to get out of the rat race to see how good teachers teach and loved students learn. Ringgold, Georgia schools can hold their heads high because no one was flagged for cheating and they all had great scores.