CCSD teaching failures spawn administrators’ ‘cheater pages’ to deceive parents, public

Detailed 10-part report compiled by Nevada Journal submitted to state and federal law and education authorities.

Parents of students who were in the 2018-19 Harriett Treem Elementary School second-grade class in question can receive from Nevada Journal a key to the codes that mask their children’s names in the report, said Steven Miller, Nevada Journal’s managing editor.

Miller called on both state and federal education authorities to now conduct the comprehensive investigation of CCSD cheating that the district’s superintendent, Jesus F. Jara, that was promised before witnesses to both him and the whistle-blowing teacher and the district’s teacher union in early January 2019.

He noted that children at Treem were deprived of critically important, foundational reading and math learning at an important developmental stage, which could well handicap them for the rest of their lives. 

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