There’s That No-Can-Do Attitude, Again
My reaction to this sort of thing can’t be uncommon:
Under proposed changes to the 2008 high school regulations, high schools would be required to offer support to struggling 11th graders this spring, and possibly this summer, to help them advance in math and reading, Gist said.
However, at a public meeting last week, several high school principals said they are worried they will be unable to offer adequate assistance given the short timeline and budget constraints.
Stay late. Work more. Convince the entire faculty and staff that it’s necessary to take a 1% pay cut in order to hire a specialist or two. Get results, because otherwise you could be out of a job…
… oh wait. This is the public sector we’re talking about.