Florida Schools In Session, But Teachers Absent
Thousands of students in Florida are starting the school year without permanent teachers.
"math tutor Ronnie Padilla is filling in as the French teacher. There's only one problem: He doesn't speak any French. Across from his classroom, Alma Cendejas — the school's front-desk receptionist — is filling in as the Spanish teacher until the school can find one."
And yet Florida expects for students to get good grades, be motivated to go to school, and even better... graduate and make the state proud?
With out teacher how are students going to learn? If they don't see any progress, how are they going to be motivated? What makes the government believe that students are not going to just "wing it," if that's what the subs due?