Prince William County Schools: Where Rules Don't Matter





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Published on Feb 4, 2009

This includes footage from the meeting of the Prince William County School Board meeting of January 21st, 2009 where members of the public and the board discussed a potential "opt-in" program that would allow traditional math instruction in addition to the county curriculum based on TERC "Math Investigations". School staff showed up in droves as a result of an email campaign waged by school staff using taxpayer resources, a violation of PWCS Regulation 245-1. None of the board members recognized this violation of county policy, and one board member actually endorsed it.

Should our School Board expect that teachers and school staff comply with county policies that the board established? Can the schools demand students comply with policies while they themselves violate county policies while attacking parents as uninformed and incompetent when it comes to how their own children are educated?

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