On Teacher Evaluations

For the first six or seven years that I taught, I wasn’t sure if any adult in the building had the slightest idea what I was doing in my classroom or even cared.  As long as my students stayed in class and nobody was seriously injured, there was little likelihood that any other adult would enter my classroom on a regular basis.  Obviously, that’s no way to run an education system that spends billions of dollars of taxpayer money every year and is responsible for the education and nurturing of our children. Continue reading “On Teacher Evaluations”