On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being “HORRIBLE” and 10 being “OUTSTANDING”, how was this last year for you? Just post your reply on this page with 3 things:
- Reply with the number (score) you would give this year.
- Reply with what grade you teach.
- Please add one sentence on why you gave your 2018-2019 academic year the score you gave it. Feel free to be totally honest. We are not asking and will not post your name, your school, or anything other than the grade you teach.
Rating: 1 Grade: 2nd Comments: I bought the 5 classes with the extended time to complete (18 months). I went to log on to continue and they closed my courses 6 months before they were due.
Rating: 1 Grade: kindergarten Comments: The students are a delight. The politics of the district and the office staff are horrible.
Rating: 1 Grade: 6-8 Comments: The course I took was fairly easy and interesting. However, it was a lot of work and I paid for a 2 month extension to finish it. I completed my course in July 2021 but never received the salary points for it. When I contacted the teacher of the course, he never responded. When I contacted education for equity, nobody responded. I am writing this review with the hope that someone will read it and finally respond to my emails.
Rating: 7 Grade: 12th Grade Comments: I gave the past school year a seven (7) since working virtually as most of us were working parents were being laid off, children became full-time caretakers, food shortages prevalent and support from relatives waned due to the frightening consequences of Covid 19.
Rating: 9 Grade: 10, 11 Comments: Good evening, Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! My name is Danny Hauger, and I host a weekly podcast interviewing outstanding educators, Inspiring Teachers, where we explore the "why" of teaching and spotlight a national guest in the field of education. We are looking for program funding to support this continued endeavor, we have recorded over 65 episodes without a commercial sponsor to this point, and are seeking a partner to help us release this continued archive of outstanding educational content. Would Education 4 Equity support us for $20 per week for a 30-second commercial reading of PSAs? Thanks for all you do! Here is a link to an episode sample. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRSUcTlfyi4&t=1s Please contact me if you have any questions!
Rating: 5 Grade: This past year I taught 4th grade multiple subjects. Comments: I gave this academic year a score of a 5 because the administration gave little support for behaviors and the school environment between staff and students was very stressful.
Rating: 9 Grade: I teach 8th grade math. Comments: I had experiences with students this year that truly changed my life, but I couldn’t give it a ten because that leaves no room for improvement.
Rating: 6 Grade: I teach 4th grade. Comments: It was a rough year because I was displaced. I was fortunate enough to find a permanent position in the middle of the school year.
Rating: 1 Grade: I teach 1st grade. (20 years teaching) Comments: I purchase my own supplies but I’m accustomed to that. It was a 1 because I had a nightmare class. Full of behavioral problems and had minimal support from administrators. I was unable to teach my class as I would’ve liked to. I feel like I failed the 10 great kids because of the out of control 15. I also received my first death threat.????. I was a disastrous year ????
Rating: 8 Grade: History and English SDP Comments: Good year. Brought in SEL practices and movement. Positive student response.
Rating: 8 Grade: High school 9-12 Comments: I had a great year and feel like I have learned so much. I wasn’t as stressed and was able to focus on my career.
Rating: 8 Grade: I teach high school special education. Comments: This was my first year teaching high school, and I felt that I learned so much, and my kids were really awesome.
Rating: 8 Grade: I teach HS Chemistry (10-12) Comments: This year was smooth and everything was straightforward. I won’t ever say higher because there’s always room for improvement.