Job Interview II
Perhaps I was too subtle with the last post. Too often in the world of education everyone seems to think they are experts on education simply because they participated in the educational system. I even had one man complain that teachers and principals were recommending expensive educational programs.
The point is if I'm not qualified to manage a retail store with no experience actually working in the store then perhaps we might defer to the experts when discussing education. That isn't to say that parents shouldn't speak up when they feel their children need an advocate. It also doesn't mean taxpayers don't have a right to question where their money is going. What it does mean is that most of the time we listen to the experts. More often than not they have the best interests of the school or children at heart and aren't trying to sca, upi/