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Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

Discussion in 'CoS Front Groups' started by OTBT, May 6, 2010.

  1. OTBT Member

  2. Keyumdi Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Surely the scientologists who live in Sacramento would bitchandmoan if ASI wasn't offered as a choice? Is that the right answer?
  3. Anonymous Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    This is pretty much disgusting. We even have a cell in sactown anymore?
  4. Scintellanon Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    There is the A + Educational again.That is another ASI front.
    Don't see any Sacramento addresses in a quick search.

    This one was seen in the Los Angeles Unified School District. 4 different addresses. Goes by the website aplusco...

    Think they have cloned, another similar sounding name A Plus Education Centers (formerly Successlab)
  5. WagTheWog Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    That is truly EVIL!
    WTF??!!
    Poons Away!!11
  6. Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Are you kidding? Fuckin retards.
    On this now.

    Board of Education needs educating!

    Jonathan P. Raymond
    Superintendent, Sacramento City Unified School District
    5735 - 47th Avenue Sacramento, CA 95824 (916) 643-9000
    JRaymond@sac-city.k12.ca.us

    1st vp - Patrick Kennedy
    partick@patrickkennedylaw.com

    2nd vp - Roy Grimes
    leadershipnow@att.com

    area1 - Ellyne Bell
    ellynebell@yahoo.com

    area2 - Jerry Houseman
    jerry@housemanconsulting.com

    area3 - Donald Terry
    Donaldterry4schoolboard.com

    area4 - Gustavo Arroyol
    gustavoarroyo1@gmail.com

    area5 - Diana Rodriquez
    Diana4scusd@yahoo.com

    on the site - for more info
    wandash@saccity.k12.ca.us

    scusd news items or questions
    marcus-walton@sac-city.k12.ca.us

    POONS!
  7. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Not nice.
  8. OTBT Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Similar FREE Applied Scholastics tutoring for Austin, Texas school kids. Full details in the link:

    http://www.austinisd.org/academics/ses/docs/SES_Booklet_2009-10.pdf

  9. thefatman Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Perhaps we should link them the Australian MySchools website which clearly shows an Applied Spastics school as being utterly shit.

    Athena School, Newtown, NSW: School Profile | ACARA

    They have another school in Mooroolbark, Victoria (The Yarralinda School) but it is too small to be included in the statistics.
  10. Anonwithhold Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Applied Scholastics gives licenses to Scientology schools. I am a parent of a child who studied in True School, and Delphi in Clearwater - Scientology schools. My child at the middle school level was 2 years behind the children in Public School; however, they lied to me saying to the parents in the PTA meetings that our children were 2 years ahead of the children in Public School. I used to pay $690.00 a month for private school for my child.
    The study tech sucks, they do not know algebra, they make the children do clay demos for algebra, and it does not help at all.
    The intention of this kind of "help" is to sign the parents of the child in Scientology.
    Any "charity" of Scientology is a registar tool. They want the parents to be Scientologists.
    This must be told to the School Board. They are a complete fake in every thing they do. A rip off.
  11. RightOn Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    OP can you please also post that flyer in the OPERATION SCHOOL POON thread?

    So it says it's the state and federal programs department?
    the NCLB Supplemntal Education Services (SES)
    That's of course if they are telling the truth on that flyer.

    The NCLB is of course the NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND fail program.


    Here are the
    Four Pillars of NCLB


    No Child Left Behind is based on stronger accountability for results, more freedom for states and communities, proven education methods, and more choices for parents.

    Stronger Accountability for Results
    Under No Child Left Behind, states are working to close the achievement gap and make sure all students, including those who are disadvantaged, achieve academic proficiency. Annual state and school district report cards inform parents and communities about state and school progress. Schools that do not make progress must provide supplemental services, such as free tutoring or after-school assistance; take corrective actions; and, if still not making adequate yearly progress after five years, make dramatic changes to the way the school is run.

    More Freedom for States and Communities
    Under No Child Left Behind, states and school districts have unprecedented flexibility in how they use federal education funds. For example, it is possible for most school districts to transfer up to 50 percent of the federal formula grant funds they receive under the Improving Teacher Quality State Grants, Educational Technology, Innovative Programs, and Safe and Drug-Free Schools programs to any one of these programs, or to their Title I program, without separate approval. This allows districts to use funds for their particular needs, such as hiring new teachers, increasing teacher pay, and improving teacher training and professional development.

    Proven Education Methods
    No Child Left Behind puts emphasis on determining which educational programs and practices have been proven effective through rigorous scientific research. Federal funding is targeted to support these programs and teaching methods that work to improve student learning and achievement. In reading, for example, No Child Left Behind supports scientifically based instruction programs in the early grades under the Reading First program and in preschool under the Early Reading First program.

    More Choices for Parents
    Parents of children in low-performing schools have new options under No Child Left Behind. In schools that do not meet state standards for at least two consecutive years, parents may transfer their children to a better-performing public school, including a public charter school, within their district. The district must provide transportation, using Title I funds if necessary. Students from low-income families in schools that fail to meet state standards for at least three years are eligible to receive supplemental educational services, including tutoring, after-school services, and summer school. Also, students who attend a persistently dangerous school or are the victim of a violent crime while in their school have the option to attend a safe school within their district.
    http://www2.ed.gov/nclb/overview/intro/4pillars.html

    So are schools so desperate to make their stats go up becasue of this STUPID program, that they are letting Applied Scholastics in?
    Pressure on schools has led to this? Lovely!
  12. RightOn Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Seems that we have to poon the source of the funding!

    No Child Left Behind
    Reporters and education writers may contact the U.S. Department of Education press office by phone at (202) 401-1576 or by mail at U.S. Department of Education Press Office, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW, 7E-247, Washington, DC 20202.

    General Inquiries

    Where ED is located
    The Department is headquartered in Washington, D.C., where about 3,600 staff work in several buildings: Lyndon Baines Johnson Department of Education Building (which includes the Secretary's office), Regional Office Building 3, Potomac Center Plaza, Capitol Place, 1990 K Street, Union Center Plaza, and L'Enfant Plaza.

    will also post info OPERATION POON SCHOOL thread
  13. CantPickaName Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    LOL Dont they even check for errors in their own bullshit?

    "We can maek your child speel betterer" LOL
  14. RightOn Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    GREAT FIND!
  15. Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    Bump.
  16. OTBT Member

  17. Rug Member

    Re: Sacramento schools offering FREE tutoring by Applied Scholastics

    we will not stand for this crap, sac cell will work on this!!

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