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What about the Teachers? (Read 8033 times)
Medic Ron
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Re: What about the Teachers?
Reply #15 - May 11th, 2008 at 7:51pm
 
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Re: What about the Teachers?
Reply #16 - May 12th, 2008 at 11:00am
 
To start off , I have no problem with the teachers. I know very little about them or their qualifications. I have attend a few functions at Cairo High, There is no discipline at all. The trouble makers are in charge - no doubt. That is why I have never moved back to Cairo. I still have one child in school and I choose not to submit him to an atmosphere that is in no way condusive to learning.  In the 60's and early 70's the main reason that parent left Cairo was the trouble in the schools. Not trying to blame one side or the other , the race issue hurt Cairo badly then. Now so many decent people have moved away . the child with parents who really expect an education for their child are the minority.  Most parents use the schools as a part time babysitter. HeadStart even takes kid from birth who's mothers SUPPOSEDLY work. I believe Cairo's main problem was create by too much government aid and also by years of poor schools. Cairo school need people in charge that will actually take charge. This would , in my opinion , be a great first step towards moving up the ladder and stopping the slide down to rock bottom.
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