Up now is a panel of teachers, all of whom are affiliated with the NCAE, Red4Ed or both.
Scioli was one of several who helped foment the May Day strike this year.
Asked random kids on camping trip this summer about their school ...
Scioli trashes charters a bit more then says slick marketing is why charters are popular.
Says that too much choice is bad and school choice is worse.
Says charters are not "efficient."
He trashes charters, says the law let's them fail children and none of them are innovative.
If he had lived in NC, the Opportunity Scholarship Program would have helped him.
Charters on the other hand hold blind lotteries based on seats available.
That's patently false.
She says zero tolerance policies are supporting a "school to prison pipeline."
Stops short of blaming white privilege for keeping students of color "on the outside" of schools.
Claims school report cards are unfair. He also claims SAS and the state are in cahoots somehow over "anomalous criteria" to grade schools.
It's a scandal really.
Nordstrom knows that too.
Funny, both complain about how district schools are scored but then scored charters as unfairly.
There's a bit of a ton foil moment in the responses about some SAS/dpi plot ...
Earlier she claimed charters had unqualified teachers...
Another Q asks about testing and how it supports white privilege.
That's not true. The SAT pulled sending the Diversity Score after public outcry.
Kelly acknowledges some parents don't feel welcome.
That's hard to do when your kid is being shipped across the district.
Egan says he doesn't great parents like enemies.
Parent refutes that, you're calling choice parents racists!
The meeting organizers cut the parent off.
Here's the second Panel thread
Thread for Panel 3: