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Daily Archives: January 27, 2014
Wise to give teachers some flexibility, News Journal Jan. 26, 2014 5:30 PM
The governor said, “In fact, we have one of the most rigid funding systems in the country. This leaves little room for school leaders – those who know our students best – to innovate, create a vision, and pursue it.”
He’s right. Everything has a slot. A mindset that allows so much for this and so much for that is too confining.
The governor proposed giving some leaders the ability to spend state money implementing their own improvement plans.
“We should track their choices, measure the results, and see how we can best provide greater flexibility to more schools. It is time to give those school leaders more flexibility to make a different in our kids’ education.
This has great potential. Of course, all public money must be safeguarded and accounted for. But flexibility within intelligent guidelines could only help improve the program. After all, we expect leaders to lead, not just fill in the blanks on some bureaucratic form.