Bless up KaribKween
"never fail to call a spade a spade, if all it does is continue to manifest as a spade."
What should have been understood and I guess was not; is that when the manifestation changes so too should the label. Capice?"
...so it comes right back/forward to what i've been saying
Teachers are calling spades among their students every semester. Some students internalize this (i'm sure your familar with that term).
Society (economical, communal) reinforces this for they have the same mentality of calling spades...
...and none like most teachers dare not challenge THEMSELVES their methods, their curriculum as inadequate for not every student learns the SAME WAY. Perhaps this disturbs their ego that their said "shoulds" and "suppose tos" are truthfully none existent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i.e they should've understood...if not they're incompetent...
They're schools out there that the gov't has 'given' 'permission' to be able to teach students until High-School. These schools don't have a grade system, for example. They're curriculum and presentation is accustomed to the different ways our children learn. Of course you had those that made trouble...but they were not deemed "trouble makers" til when they change...label change!!!!!
oh no, spades were not in that classroom...and each of them is recorded to have a greater fundamental grasp on things than others going into high-school at the same age.!!!!
Point...again persons not willing to face/challenge their own selves will hide behind the finger pointing out spades; I will call this destructive device
for excusing responsibility because perhaps they don't want to get fired(burned)...why should one teacher bring this issue up to the principal...the school board...risk?...corruption at its best...no? while geniuses, diyouths, scream thug life in the streets!
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