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Duped Through Ignorance or Intent: Texas Legislators

Duped Through Ignorance or Intent: Texas Legislators

Get CSCOPE out of Texas Schools--Texas CSCOPE Review

Get CSCOPE out of Texas Schools--Texas CSCOPE Review

Action Plan to Remove CSCOPE

Posted: 01 Apr 2013 03:48 PM PDT

Don’t Depend on Austin to Fix Problem In Your Schools

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CSCOPE – IF IT’S BROKE, DON’T FIX IT

CSCOPE – IF IT’S BROKE, DON’T FIX IT

Texas is in the midst of an education crisis of epic proportions.  For the better part of the last decade, Texas schools have not been educated by Texas educators according to standards established by the duly elected representatives of Texans, but by a third party, private contractor, who leases curriculum to content to local school districts and charges the state of Texas three times for the privilege.

CSCOPE – WHY DOES IT MATTER –WHY SHOULD PEOPLE CARE?

CSCOPE – WHY DOES IT MATTER –WHY SHOULD PEOPLE CARE?

1)     CSCOPE is designed to produce incompetent, unskilled, vassals of the state – not citizens. 

2)    Parents are not given access to CSCOPE.  Students do not bring home textbooks, and parents are therefore not able to review what is actually being taught every day in any failsafe way.  Trusting educators is not the glue that makes the system work, but rather accountability.

CSCOPE - Statement from Attorney General Abbott:

CSCOPE - Statement from Attorney General Abbott:

3.27.13 – This was sent to Sen. Dan Patrick from Texas Attorney Greg Abbott:

Statement from Attorney General Abbott:

CSCOPE CURRICULUM - David Bradley SBOE District 7

CSCOPE CURRICULUM - David Bradley SBOE District 7

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 26, 2013

SUBJECT:  CSCOPE CURRICULUM

From:  DAVID BRADLEY, State Board of education, District 7

Contact:  Theone Bradley

                    bttbradley@yahoo.com

                    409-745-9195

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