…over workload from Common Core
In an unusual move, Baltimore County teachers filed a grievance this week against the county school board saying new education initiatives are forcing them to work long hours beyond their normal day.
Teachers in the county and the rest of the state have had to adapt their teaching this school year to new, more rigorous standards known as the Common Core. Local school districts were expected to have written a curriculum — a detailed road map of lessons — based on the new standards, but the county fell behind in the elementary grades.
The county teachers have complained that they’ve been working long hours because the lesson plans have not been available until just weeks before they are to be taught and the website to access those lessons has been difficult to use.
Baltimore County Superintendent Dallas Dance.
Dr. Lillian M. Lowery Maryland State Superintendent of schools has shown very poor leadership skills in several ways including discrimination conduct on several occasions and received an F grade for Common Core meetings recently. Above all, Dr. Lillian Lowery is currently presiding over deep-seated corruption in Maryland school system.
In our opinion, We aver and therefore believe Maryland State Board of Education President Dr. Charlene Dukes shown here has demonstrated a culture of corrupt leadership style and continues “an integrated pattern of pay to play” and manipulation during her tenure.