Wednesday, June 20, 2012

You Too Can Be An Assistant Principal


Being in the school system for five years does not qualify one to become an assistant principal, the person in charge of other teachers. Spending those five years as a guidance counselor equates to no classroom experience and no concept as to the best ways to teach a topic and control a group of students. Five years of programming students incorrectly helped no one. The advice given, differentiate is useless as well. Five years of letting the most difficult students hang out in the office accounts for five wasted years in the students' lives.

It used to be that assistant Principal's were masters of their craft. Now, they are masters of deceit, convincing others they actually have a clue.

6 comments:

ChiTown Girl said...

You forgot 'masters of kissing ass.'

Pissed Off said...
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Pissed Off said...

You are so right. I forgot about that one.

Anonymous said...

AMEN!

Anonymous said...

Curious about that deleted comment, but I agree with every word you said.

Anonymous said...

Now if only the media took that and ran with it--they would have years and years worth of juicy material!!!!!