Can I ask if any of this means putting staffing and scheduling back at the building level? I have never experienced the mismanagement as I have in the past 2 years and it gets worse - CO has no idea the needs of a particular building
I say poverty is unconstitutional as it has the ability to impede a students right to a quality education - if said students are not receiving proper dental care, are lacking eye glasses if needed and have poor nutrition - I am certainly not implying being poor equates to being unable to learn. But I am stating it can certainly set up some major road blocks - now let's talk about how these factors weigh on on my performance - I'm all for a fair evaluation process but until we stop teacher bashing and focus on quality living conditions you'll never get me to agree to this whole teaching/union bashing fiasco
How can there be trust and vision when members of his staff are actively and publicly seeking employment elsewhere - where is the committment to the students of Rochester?
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