Monthly Archives: November 2014

Teacher Evaluation Theater!

I think we have all been there.  Whether as a parent, adult or kid —  we have been forced to do something we really did not want to do and we simply “went through the motions.”  We complied — but … Continue reading

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Drowning In paperwork!

The one consistent complaint almost any teacher will share is the lack of time.  Time is the most elusive and precious resource for teachers.  They complain bitterly that they lack the time needed to do what is asked of them … Continue reading

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Superintendent = Impossible Job

In my capacity at the Educational Service Center, we routinely do superintendent searches for local Boards of Education.  Having the pleasure of personally conducting four searches and being involved in one capacity or another in eight others some common themes … Continue reading

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Time Magazine misses the mark on the rotten apples in education!

The recent cover of Time Magazine has managed to upset lots of teachers. The anger is certainly justified…for teachers its just another example of someone suggesting the corporate “fat cats” can “fix” education better than politicians and way better than … Continue reading

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