I don't know if these district staff could make it in the classroom, but it's time we found out.
We have about 175 openings. (Know anybody with a bachelor's degree, that needs a job?)
Dozens of which could be filled by district staff. Instead of telling us what to do, they could show us.
Though I guess more than a few might be to busy making power points.
Look undoubtedly we have a lot of great people working for the district, and now should be the time to show it.
I don't really give Kudos to people but I wanted to give one to my principal Micheal Alexander. Not only did he feed us three times but he kept meetings short and gave us lots of time to work in our rooms. I heard from dozens of teachers across the district about how little time they had to do so. The district should look at cutting down on meetings during pre planning and increasing time teachers can spend in their rooms or it should offer teachers a few paid days to work on their rooms before pre planning. Teachers should not have to work for free to get their rooms ready.