Akin to the disparity in disciplinary actions of two teachers, Mr. Emmanuel Fleurantin and Mrs. Brenda Muchnick, due to Adobegate, there seems to be a disparity of actions undertaken by the Florida Department of Education concerning cheating in two Miami-Dade high schools: Miami Norland Senior High School and North Miami Senior High School. In a […]
About Trevor Colestock
Trevor Colestock had been the Library Media Specialist and a union steward at Miami Norland Senior High School for past seven years before being involuntarily transferred to Crestview Elementary School in December 2013 for whistleblowing activities pertaining to a massive test cheating scandal at Norland.
Since then, he has been elected as the Designated Building Steward at Crestview, and his trial against M-DCPS for violating his due process, statutory, and constitutional rights is pending in state court (currently scheduled for March 2018).
Mr. Colestock had been an ESE teacher at Miami Central Senior High School for seven years (2000-2006). Mr. Colestock holds an AA in History from Miami-Dade Community College, a BA in History from Florida International University, a Master’s in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida, and a Specialist in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University.
Entries by Trevor Colestock
Students in Florida that are trapped in failing and/or troubled schools may have new hope on the horizon. The various misdeeds of the Miami-Dade School District, and the events that took place at Miami Norland Senior High School, in the aftermath of Adobegate makes the case for an upcoming House Bill concerning charter schools being […]
The actions by the Miami-Dade School District in the aftermath of Adobegate have been troubling to say the least and poses interesting questions in terms of justice and fairness for the parties involved. How is it that the black, Christian, union member bears the brunt and gets the worst of Adobegate and the white, Jewish, non-union member […]