Friday, March 27, 2009

The Educational Scientist Solves A Problem

Rosie's mom came to see me. She thanked me 100 times for getting Rosie back in class.

It wasn't me. I don't have the power to do all that much. It was the suggestion and the work of educational scientist that did it.

Without his input, she would still be walking the halls.

It took me over thirty years to learn that a principal can serve a real purpose in a school if that principal chooses to do so.

Suit's greatest accomplishment was trash cans in the hallways.

Too bad he never had an educational scientist to go for advice.

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