Tag Archives: Behavior Education Plan

Chaos at Sherman Middle School started with Obama’s race shaming; Part #4

‘You wanted this, liberals … you got it. Good and hard.’  About the fallout at troubled Sherman Middle School, the irony is that whistle blower Karen Vieth is a Madison teachers union rep. A liberal in good standing in the … Continue reading

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How dare a teacher criticize a principal of color! Part #2

Madison schools focused on ‘Racial Equity’ (aka Making the Numbers Work) Discipline? Not so much In the last installment of your favorite blogge, the Policy Werkes reported a veteran teacher admits defeat by the Madison district’s addiction to race-based school … Continue reading

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Madison middle school teacher quits because her school is in chaos, Part #1

Nap time in Room 120 Rushed to the hospital after breaking up a fight Madison schools will fail if they continue to allow race to get in the way of education. The race-inspired behavior education plan (BEP) is destroying Madison … Continue reading

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Has the race card been revoked in Madison schools?

Madison schools boss admits race-based discipline isn’t working Young people from Madison are marching on Janesville to the home of Speaker Paul Ryan to protest school shooting deaths. It’s not quite marching on Selma, Alabama, for Civil Rights. Or the Mobe … Continue reading

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Madison school suspensions are up despite all that restorative stuff

Suspensions up one-quarter Attention, disciplinarians: expect more ‘leadership coaching’ The Madison school board meets tonight (03-05-18) at 6 p.m. to tinker with its Behavior Education plan. Your scholarly Squire will be truant. Like that Broadway diva Lynn Fontanne, he can be … Continue reading

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