Sunday, December 7, 2014

The Problem Isn't Getting Rid of Teachers, It's Keeping Them


Anonymous said...

I retired in June. The problem is workload and lack of support, yes, but also that data collection and test preparation/administration is eating up the time that was once spent "teaching". The new teacher "evaluation" system is a cumbersome, tedious, time consuming joke. I loved teaching and could have spent several more years. It was probably a good move. Sad.

Anonymous said...

Over the many years I taught there were hardly any bad teachers usually the only way you were labeled a bad teacher was if you didn't conform or we're to vocal.