PTD Radio: Episode#90 – “The Masculine Perspective.” *Real Talk Radio… for Real fucking Men!

Power Through Discipline Radio: Episode #90

“The Masculine Perspective”

On this edition of PTD Radio, I talked about school choice, and the myth of “failing schools.”  Is it really the school, or is it the student? The “Women” of America on strike? The NEW Nike Pro-Hijab. College “students” and Spring Break. Are Japanese men, more pathetic than western men? Fat America quits their dieting. And the critical importance of consistency! The MP3 Download of this show is posted in the PTD Members Section.

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3 Comments on PTD Radio: Episode#90 – “The Masculine Perspective.” *Real Talk Radio… for Real fucking Men!

  1. Well……..now matching book ends, dumb unruly students are united with teachers on the same IQ level.
    The Board of Regents on Monday eliminated a requirement that aspiring teachers in New York State pass a literacy test to become certified after the test proved controversial because black and Hispanic candidates passed it at significantly lower rates than white candidates.

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    • WTF?!?!?

      Is that a real story?

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      • Well Rich………It’s All Right Here in Depth courtesy of Northpal Investigative Services
        The news is posted on the New York State Education website here:

        http://www.nysed.gov/news/2017/board-regents-act-amend-states-teacher-certification-requirements-based-recommendations

        The Board of Regents today took steps to improve the process to obtain an initial teaching certificate in New York. The changes are based on the recommendations of a panel of education experts and public input, and maintain the state’s rigorous standards to ensure that candidates for certification are well-prepared to teach.

        https://www.regents.nysed.gov/members
        couple cucks, white women and minorities

        New and revised teacher certification exams were released to the field in May 2014. One of those new exams, the edTPA, is a subject-specific, multi-measure performance assessment. At that time, the Board of Regents also established an edTPA Task Force to explore possible improvements to the edTPA going forward. The Task Force is comprised of representatives from CUNY, SUNY, the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, the Teacher Education Advisory Group, the United University Professions, the Professional Staff Congress and New York State Education Department staff.

        Last year the edTPA Task Force reconvened and began its review of the edTPA and other teacher certification exams. At the same time, Regents Kathleen Cashin and Dr. Catherine Collins held a series of public forums around the state, attended by Board of Regents members, Commissioner Elia and SED staff, to gather input from the public. The feedback provided at these forums helped inform the work of the edTPA Task Force, which presented its recommendations to the Board of Regents at the Board’s January 2017 meeting.

        edTPA for New York State
        https://www.edtpa.com/PageView.aspx?f=GEN_NewYork.html

        Candidates applying for their first certification in New York on or after May 1, 2014, or those candidates who applied for their first certification prior to May 1 and did not meet requirements for certification prior to May 1, 2014, are required to take and pass edTPA.

        About edTPA
        http://www.edtpa.com/PageView.aspx?f=GEN_AboutEdTPA.html

        Stanford University faculty and staff at the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (SCALE) developed edTPA. They received substantive advice and feedback from teachers and teacher educators and drew from experience gained from over 25 years of developing performance-based assessments of teaching (including the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards portfolio, and the Performance Assessment for California Teachers.

        The design and review teams have included hundreds of university faculty, national subject-matter organization representatives (e.g., NCTM, NCTE, NSTA, etc.), and K–12 teachers. Stanford University is the exclusive author and owner of edTPA.

        What is edTPA?

        Answer:
        edTPA is a performance-based, subject-specific assessment and support system used by more than 600 teacher preparation programs in some 40 states to emphasize, measure and support the skills and knowledge that all teachers need from Day 1 in the classroom.

        Developed by educators for educators, edTPA is the first such standards-based assessment to become nationally available in the United States. It builds on decades of work on assessments of teacher performance and research regarding teaching skills that improve student learning.

        edTPA MYTHS and FACTS
        https://www.uwgb.edu/education/files/coopdocs/edtpa-myth-busters.pdf

        Myth: Pearson hires part-time employees who are unqualified and don’t score reliably.
        External scorers don’t know our candidates and can’t/shouldn’t judge their teaching.
        Pearson scores edTPA.
        Fact: Although Pearson manages edTPA scoring activities, all scoring training is
        designed by the Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning and Equity (SCALE) and all
        scoring is conducted by educators. edTPA scorers include teacher educators, clinical
        supervisors of student teachers, K-12 teachers, administrators and National Board
        Certified Teachers. All scorers are selected because of their verified experience both
        with beginning teachers and teaching the subject-matter area in which they will score

        The whole edTPA website and materials carry this copyright:
        Copyright © 2017 Pearson Education, Inc. or its affiliate(s). All rights reserved.
        Pearson, P.O. Box 226, Amherst, MA 01004

        About Pearson
        https://www.pearson.com/about-pearson.html

        Pearson is the world’s learning company, with expertise in educational courseware and assessment, and a range of teaching and learning services powered by technology.
        Our mission is to help people make progress through access to better learning. We believe that learning opens up opportunities, creating fulfilling careers and better lives.

        Who We Are
        https://www.pearson.com/about-pearson/who-we-are.html

        We’re the world’s learning company, with 35,000 employees across 70 countries worldwide. Our unique insight and world-class expertise comes from our long history of working closely with teachers, learners, researchers, authors, and thought leaders. Our products and services are used by millions of teachers and learners around the world every day.
        Whether it’s through new digital learning products in the US, developing qualifications and assessments in the UK, training school leaders in the Middle East, teaching English in China, or educating professionals, we’re helping people make progress in their lives through learning.

        We have a clear and simple set of values — in everything we do, we aspire to be brave, imaginative, decent and accountable. These values describe what is important to all of us, and guide us to do what is right for the world around us.

        https://www.pearson.com/about-pearson/board-of-directors.html
        Bunch of White cucks and White Women (no bogeymen)

        So this whole education standards racket is a globalization of nation states testing and standards for students and teachers.
        The racket includes a healthy chunk (profit) of education budgets for their expertise.
        Again WE are paying quite handsomely for our own demise.
        It’s FUCKING SUICIDE not CUCKED GENOCIDE.

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