A teacher was removed from his classroom for allegedly tweeting a question from the NY State math "assessment".
That teacher had actually tweeted a math problem from the practice book.
A twitter troll admonished him: "You might want to refrain from posting questions from the NY State assessment."
The teacher responded on Twitter that he had not posted a problem from the test, but rather a problem similar to one that was on the test that was in the practice book.
Nonetheless the teacher was removed from his classroom the next day while the state investigated the incident.
Eventually exonerated from the twitter troll's accusation, the teacher returned to his classroom where he learned that rumors had spread among his students and their families that he had been arrested.
You can read the whole thing here.
A chilling story that is meant to strike fear into the hearts and souls of teachers.
Comply or they will come after you and have both your job and your reputation.
The twitter troll - a Race to the Top Network Specialist, whatever that is - remains free to roam the Twitterverse and Internets rooting out potential non-compliance with the NYSED/Regents Endless Testing regime.
This is how crazy the corporate education reform testing regime has gotten - they've got trolls on the Internets and in the Twitterverse looking for alleged crimes against the education reform state.