The school utilizes a coaching plan, where once a month teachers observe one another, and later get together to discuss strategies on how to improve learning. Since the school focuses on teaming of students, discipline problems... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by amanda n on Oct 14, 2008
teachers this goes for you too but more toward students you dont like don't send them out of the class for no reason just wait for them to do it.then send them out so you then have a reason.Overall in my opinion all San Bernardino... provided bylocal.yahoo.com
No title by Maria Virginia Arellano-Cardenas, a parent on Jun 15, 2004
Children are discriminated from obtaining good quality education. Curtis expend more time scolding these children than educating them. Their Principal and specially their Vice Principals act as accusers and not as Professional... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by azn_pimp_don on Sep 2, 2006
cool: tight ... provided bylocal.yahoo.com
No title on Jun 20, 2003
Discipline at Curtis is minimal at best, with groups of bullying kids beating up on weaker children with little or no consequences to the bullying kids. If discipline was administered, the bullying kids as well as the victim... provided bygreatschools.net
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