While I tend to favor a more centralized rotation system for teachers, such as they use in both France and in Greece, I recognize the the US is far larger and more diverse (well, France is experiencing growing pains in that regard) than these two countries, and has different educational needs, as Sydoni Ellwood points out in her recent blog post, which I am reposting here. She writes that
“Currently, school leaders (read, politicians, Ed “reformers”, and CEOs) across the country are pushing for a total reopening, ignoring the concerns and worries of both educators and parents alike. Once again, we are faced with the blunt reality of the disconnect with those who create policies and those who are expected to enact them.”
Absolutely correct. What are your thoughts, Dear Readers, on the rest of her thoughts?
In Service to Community,
Who is leading our schools?