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May 02, 2008

Conflating Teacher Incompetence and Redundancy: Management Mistake and/or Ploy?

Conflating redundancy and incompetence seems to be a management strategy to regain control over deployment lost in 30 years of collective bargaining and redress management's own decades old failure to remove what may well be a large backlog of incompetent staff.

April 14, 2008

Why Legally Recognized Professionalism is Necessary to Reasonable Teacher Accountability

Individual teacher accountability is coming. The only question facing teachers is whether they are going to live under the very unfavorable system that is bound to evolve at the current course and speed of k-12 education policy and practice, or work to develop a realistic option for something different. That option is the accountability regime of legally recognized professions.

September 16, 2007

Where Edbizbuzz is Coming From (I): Teachers

To help readers up the learning curve of my gestalt – and to offer readers a different way of understanding public education, over the next week edbizbuzz will include postings that cover my take on public education’s stakeholder groups, with links to relevant materials I’ve produced over the years. Teachers are the right place to start.

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