Saturday, December 11, 2010
Our Mysterious Guy Keeps Commenting on Imaginary Gulen Charter Schools in the US
Well, our mystery writer(s) continues to comment on Gulen charter schools, or Gulen-inspired schools. Or rather, I should have said copying and pasting. Now, she appears as Mark Munoz. She added a new one in her list of names of comment writers. Let's be read here because she says something different this time. It is not her famous comments beginning with "Publicly funded yet privately ...," or "Gulen charter schools are ..." Here's what he, "Mark" is saying:
"These schools [Gulen charter schools?] have recently been busted in Ohio for hiring foreigners via the Concept Schools."
What he means by these schools are Horizon and Nobel academies of Concept Schools -she calls them Gulen charter schools-. Well, I think this issue was answered in the previous post. First off, each and every charter school, be it (Gulen charter schools?) or any other has the right to hire teachers or other staff from where ever they want as long as it does not contradict with the law. Thus, there is nothing wrong with hiring teachers from overseas. Secondly, the Concept managed schools (Gulen charter schools?) have only 10 % of international teachers and staff. It is a very simple math fact. That is to say 90 percent of Concept managed schools' staff is American. But, if we go to the ancestral roots of these Americans, then his/her claim would be true because today's Americans used to be Germans, Irish, British, Danish, etc. hundreds of years ago.
This country is comprised of multi-nationalities. Once someone steps into this country, he becomes American. This is the spirit of this country. Each and every person in the Concept managed schools (Gulen charter schools?) is in the service of American children and the American public. They are working hard to raise and teach kids in math and science, and are quite successful. Now, who loves America; those who help American children, the future of this country, or those who spread hatred toward them?