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Expecting teachers to do their jobs but not giving them the tools to be successful is setting the system up for failure. More meetings and assessments are not the solution.
I think the Stafford County Schools administration has lost touch with reality. When was the last time the School Board set foot in a classroom to see the behavior issues that teachers deal with daily?
As a parent of two kids in Stafford schools, I hold my kids accountable for how they perform. It's my job to reinforce what is taught, to make sure my kids behave accordingly. and not make excuses for my kids. I want my kids to succeed, but this county does little in helping them.
Teachers are not the problem as a whole; the problem starts at the top and the superintendent should be held accountable