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Re: “Opinion: Make Richmond's Schools the Cornerstone of Our Local Wealth-Building Process

@Momoney I disagree. I hope this gets people thinking differently. I don't think more money is the answer. I think adequate funding is the answer combined with thinking differently about what teachers do.

Our ideas about what teachers are and can do is outdated. Professional development is changing faster than we can define it. We could create a system where teachers can work within the school day to support our community and end poverty. This is why mandatory professional development leads to ineffective and mis-spent time on outdated interventions. Many teachers want to lead but they don’t want to be a principal. So, they look for opportunities elsewhere. Why not open up space for RPS teachers to partner with the anti-poverty commission to end poverty through collaborative, focused, and sustained efforts.

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Posted by johnmholland04fb on 04/20/2016 at 8:24 PM

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