White House chief of staff John Kelly on Wednesday tore into a California high school teacher who derided military officials as “the lowest of our low.”
“I think the guy ought to go to hell,” Kelly said in response to the remarks during an interview on Fox News Radio. “I just hope he enjoys the liberties and the lifestyle that we have fought for.”
Imagine having a group of nonwhite bean people in your country who hate your country and the white race for conquering their country.
You don’t have to imagine it. They’re called Mexicans.
A California city councilman and high school history teacher at El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera, Calif, was caught on video disparaging the United States military and calling its members “dumbshits” who are not “high-level thinkers.”
Gregory Salcido is a current member of the Pico Rivera City Council.
The black website, The Root, is in a snit in spite of apologies. Naggers want heads to roll!
The only problem is that “nigger” is a perfectly fine word that accurately describes a type of subhuman ape who walks among us.
Today we turn to a Sanford, Fla., elementary school where a teacher didn’t bother to spell-check the take-home spelling list for students, so in place of the word “bigger” was the word “nigger.”
When a population changes from peaceful Caucasian to violent nonwhite, there are consequences that everyone must suffer.
Teachers are not exempt.
Elementary school teachers in Waterloo, Ontario are resorting to wearing Kevlar vests to protect themselves from their students.
The unusual move is in response to rising classroom violence from pupils and not based on a fear of being shot. Teachers are donning protective gear made from Kevlar, a material used in body armour, which includes vests and leg sleeves.
It’s cases like this one that led our ancestors to lynch nonwhites and whites alike.
The killers of Telma Boinville are pure evil. Evil cannot be rehabilitated. It must be dealt with on its own terms.
In many southern states, the killers would be executed. In liberal Hawaii that’s not likely to happen.
This story is from a local source. It tells how outsiders have ruined Hawaii, creating an explosion in crime. It also describes how the locals banded together to help police find the alleged killers.
A woman cleaning a Hawaii vacation home Wednesday with her 8-year-old daughter was brutally murdered and the girl bound and duct-taped, Hawaii police said as they announced two arrests in the case.
Silicon Valley was supposed to disrupt education, but economics is getting in the way. “Personalized learning” hasn’t been able to turn a profit, even with multimillion dollar susidies from celebrity CEOs.
The promise was huge. That well-known racial gap in learning was going to be bridged through individual lesson plans and progress reports.
Max Ventilla sold investors on a promise to build modern, technology-infused schools that would revolutionize education. The former Google executive convinced Mark Zuckerberg and prominent venture capitalists to commit $175 million to his startup, AltSchool. The company built at least nine grade schools in California and New York, some equipped with ceiling-mounted video cameras, an abundance of computers, custom apps, robots and 3D printers.
But five years after opening, the for-profit venture has yet to solve a basic business equation. Despite charging about $30,000 for tuition, AltSchool’s losses are piling up as it spends at a pace of about $40 million per year. The San Francisco company is now scaling back its ambitions for opening elementary schools around the U.S. and will instead close at least one location. In an interview, Ventilla said it’s all part of the plan. The startup is shifting its focus to selling technology to other schools, a business which has struggled to date but that he said has a more promising future.
Venture investors spent $2.35 billion on education-technology startups globally last year, according to research firm CB Insights. But companies haven’t come up with a formula students will embrace or that can be deployed efficiently and profitably. The hype around online education has largely dissipated as dropout rates skyrocketed. Coursera Inc., backed by more than $200 million, cut staff last week and shook up the executive ranks, technology website Recode reported.
AltSchool’s pitch to investors was somewhat old-school. Ventilla wanted to build physical classrooms with first-rate teachers and complement them with “personalized” learning technology, so educators can tailor lessons for each child. At Google, Ventilla was in charge of an effort linking a user’s search history, emails, Maps usage and YouTube viewing habits into a single profile. He envisioned a similar approach to elementary schools.
With ample financial backing, including a $40 million round in May, AltSchool leased space in some of the country’s most expensive neighborhoods, hired experienced educators and recruited coders to build software for tracking classwork, evaluating students, ordering supplies, requesting IT support and communicating with parents. Ventilla had plans to expand in cities around the nation and license the technology. “We’ve literally built an operating system for a 21st century school system,” he said in 2015.
Inside the company, there was a struggle between the logistical demands of opening and operating schools, and the challenges of building technology that could be sold to educators across the U.S., said a former employee, who asked not to be identified because the discussions were private. Both initiatives are expensive. The software side won, and the company began shrinking the team in charge of school operations last year by cutting employees and not filling jobs after people leave. School sites in San Francisco were also consolidated, and plans for a Chicago location were called off.
Although the company touts the magic of its technology, two parents said their children benefited more from the extensive attention of talented teachers and small class sizes. There are multiple instructors per class, and the school places a premium on interdisciplinary projects, like building a model house that can withstand different weather—a task that incorporates current events, science, engineering and budgeting.
New Yorker’s in depth look at Altschools from a year and a half ago described the program when optimism was still high. An enterprising reporter went into the classroom to observe and found that tech in the classroom is a mixed bag of benefits and drawbacks.
The silver bullet that’s going to turn every kid into a genius remains elusive.
WFTV reports that Jaclyn Truman has been released from jail on $40,000 bail. Prior to her recent resignation, she taught sign language.
A Florida teacher was arrested Friday after she was accused of having a sexual relationship with a female student last year.
Jaclyn Truman, 30, allegedly had a two-month relationship with a 15-year-old female student last year while Truman was serving as a long-term substitute teacher at Hagerty High School in Seminole County, Fla., the Orlando Sentinel reported.
The student told deputies form the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office she and the Truman had sex “multiple times” in the high school from March to May 2016, WFTV reported.
A report was filed on Oct. 4 and Truman was placed on leave from Lake Howell High, where she was then teaching, after Child Protective Services called the school, WFTV reported.
The educator resigned from her position at the school Thursday and turned herself in to police the same day, the Orlando Sentinel reported. Officials said Truman was cooperating with the investigation.
Truman was charged with “two counts of lewd acts on a minor student” and was placed in the Seminole County Jail. Her bail was set at $40,000, the sheriff’s office said.
While I could find no information on Truman’s marital status, I did find this photo of her and an unidentified toddler.
Bob Kealing, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office spokesman, said Truman taught at a few schools in the Seminole County school district.
Michael Lawrence, the Seminole County Public Schools spokesman, said a background check was done before Truman was hired full-time and the check came back clean.
WFTV adds this to the story:
Truman declined to comment as she walked out of the Seminole County Jail Friday.
Truman is the fifth Hagerty High School staff member to be arrested in the past three years.
In 2014, an assistant foodball coach was arrested on charges of having sexual contact with a student and a teacher’s aid was arrested for unlawful sexual contact with a minor.
In 2015, a dean was arrested for soliciting prostitution and a social studies teacher was arrested for sending nude photos to a teen online.
That high school is a hotbed of hot beds.
I looked up the school. It’s 71 percent white, 16 percent Latino.
I also found her youtube channel, where she uses sign language.
Check out the tattoos.
The Mirror has also picked up this story.