There are excellent points in this article, but some areas of concern. The role of students, educators, and school provided insight into a different way of thinking about education. I disagree with the premise that administrators are a separate group, although they seem to be. Are administrators not educators themselves? I once met a retired educator who when I was introduced as a teacher and had something in common with her, she responded, “Oh, I was a principal” making it sound like I was inferior by remaining a classroom teacher. In recent years, I have witnessed this desire among many teachers to escape the classroom. We are teachers first. If not educators, what is our role? What about children who needs help? What do we do to raise them up? I think this article is a starting point for a conversation.
Originally posted on Cooperative Catalyst:
Education is something that is vital to the existence of a country where financial prosperity is something that is universally longed for. This is because that in order to reach financial prosperity one must reach a level of knowledgeable prosperity that unlocks the true innovator within them. However, if our countries goal is to allow for everyone to reach a level of financial prosperity then its time for us to sit down and come up with a dedicated pathway to delivering education with equality, equity, loyalty, and dignified passion in mind. If this is our goal then it is time for us to do away with the days where our educational system is balanced on the practice of every child left behind and every teacher for themselves. The time has come where we must push forward, with dignified loyalty, professional reservation, and universal respect for the student, the classroom, and…
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