Monthly Archives: February 2013

Holy Survey, Batman!

I never imagined, and I could never have predicted, the kerfuffle that has arisen over a survey of working conditions for educators in public schools across Delaware that DSEA sponsored and helped arrange. I come from a district where annual … Continue reading

Posted in Accountability, Attacks on Unions, Blogs and Blogging, Interesting Bits, My Opinions | 8 Comments

The Way We’re Paid

Ever hopeful and naive, I looked at the title of this piece featured in a recent Ed Week on-line publication, Why Educators’ Wages Must Be Revamped Now, and imagined that this would speak engagingly and convincingly about the need to redesign educator salaries … Continue reading

Posted in Education Budgets, Education Reform, Merit Pay, Quality Teachers/Quality Teaching, Teacher Tenure | 2 Comments

The Merits of Teachers and Teacher Pay

I keep a couple of files of blog post ideas. Whenever I come across a quote or an opinion, idea, or suggestion that interests me, I toss it into the file. If I had more time, I would post more … Continue reading

Posted in Accountability, Education Budgets, Merit Pay, Quality Teachers/Quality Teaching, Teachers and Teaching | 3 Comments