Wednesday, June 11, 2008 | I think Mr. Grier is going to do just fine, providing his board backs him (which is at best a long shot). I had to laugh when some administrator commented that three months is an awfully short time to begin changing things. This guy obviously never worked in the private sector. I think that’s the main problem with the system: it encourages only those schooled in schools of education to become school administrators.

The idea of principals and vice principals forming a union says it all; these people have no clue about being managers. It’s them and their troops against “the system.” Unfortunately the system is the public.

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