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4 Replies to “Let’s Get Rid Of School Administrators!”
You mean the Diane Ravitchs and Sharon Higginses of the world are just anti-charter ideologues, without a care for honesty and consistency? Say it ain’t so.
This story is obviously evidence of the single overarching characteristic that governs all school administrators’ actions everywhere: they want to ruin the lives of children with their unyielding capitalist tendencies. Beware, school administrators: the public is watching!
Hopefully the general public is beginning to see what a lot of us see: The “administrator” movement is mostly about money and manipulation of data, also known as “smoke and mirrors.”
This story is obviously evidence of the single overarching characteristic that governs all school unions actions everywhere: they want to ruin the lives of children with their unyielding socialistic tendencies. Beware, unions: the public is watching!
Or in the immortal words of Jason Kamras:
“Children’s lifes are at stake.”