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Micromanaged school systems not working

March 24, 2014

Good managers expect results from those whose work they supervise. They make expectations clear, then avoid telling people how to do their jobs....

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TruthSeeker

Mar-28-14 11:00 AM

Get the FEDS out of our school system and watch how much better educated and skilled our students become!

Govt doesn't want intelligent students. Intelligent students are NOT vulnerable to their political BS!

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TopGun

Mar-25-14 7:14 AM

I've said this for decades. The state needs to butt out and let the individual schools dictate how they need to be run. However, on a larger scale, the individual states need to tell the Department of Education in DC to take a hike and run the schools as they see fit, not under some liberalized, pantywaist system that promotes failed policies, which leads to schools having no control over the students, creating chaos across the board. The BOE's needs to make it clear that corporal punishment will be reinstituted in the schools, and if parents don't like it, let them keep their precious little brats at home and teach them, but make it clear if their children don't make the cut, the parents will be fined if they don't.

These wishy-washy policies and "everyone's a winner" policies are doing nothing other than spoiling these kids, making them think they are something special, which sets they up for failure in the real world. Face it folks, not all kids are winners.

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