Average 3.9 based on 16 teacher ratings
Jane Stoutland is a Social Studies teacher at Kennett High School located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. When comparing Jane Stoutland's ratings to other teachers in the state of Pennsylvania, Jane Stoutland's ratings are below the average of 4.36 stars. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Kennett High School is 4.26 stars.
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She is a very nice lady. Probably one of the nicest in the building. I was absent from school for like a quarter of the school year, but just from paying attention to her lecture I earned a 3 on the exam. I had no other knowledge of this material and this was my first time studying American History (I'm not American). I didn't even study and I passed it. She knows her stuff. But, her tests are absolutely impossible. And she's not very organized. Other than that, great human being.

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Ditsy, but still a great teacher.

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Have you ever taken the impossible quiz??? Her tests are just the same if she has the right answers. Not complaining on the difficulty just the insanity. In the words of Stoutland: "talktalkTANGENTblahWILDERTANGENTblahblah"

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Probably a nice human being but so not with it. Seriously. Her class is just paper paper paper. You fill 2 2" binders with the sheer paper. And tab dividers. Stock up. Argue about ALL the "correct" answers for the tests.

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She is the most ridiculous human being on the planet. Her class is very repetitive. She wastes far too much time on stamps. However, we were prepared for the AP exam, due to the sheer volume of work.

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yea.. i didn't like her as a teacher last year.. however, i think the class can be much easier if you just put in the work. the quizzes always "grew" overnight! hhaa

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lots of busy work but youll ace the AP exam and she writes amazing recommendations

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stout tries her best and she's not dumb at all. She can be ditzy but thats alright. AP US was extremely boring because of the unending packets, but we got through it and did well.

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Ummmm how do you spell discipline???...

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AP US 00-01 ... the Stout taught me much. She may seem ditzy, but she's not. Great teacher, good class. Quit whining. Wait till you get to college losers.

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Mrs Stoutland is awesome. dont hate on her. and she has a nice sense in style. very up to date.

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Don't hate on Jane...she is the coolest. Don't blame her for your lack of knowledge either. If you pay attention and do your work, you will absolutely do well.

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Too... much... talking...

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She's not much in the classroom but can she ever play tennis. Maybe that's what she got her degree in.

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yikes! AP US History is certainly an adventure, and i can't say i really enjoyed this adventure either... stoutland means well but i couldn't deal with it

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Got us through AP US (2001) Though it was alot of work, it was worth it all.

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Kennett High School is located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania with an average teacher rating of 4.26 stars. When comparing Kennett High School's teachers to other teachers in the state of Pennsylvania, Kennett High School's teachers are below the average of 4.36 stars. Kennett High School ranks 250 amongst all High Schools in the state of Pennsylvania. Learn More