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Commenting about the current Public Education SystemPosted Sunday, March 25, 2012, at 9:54 AM
In another post about teaching entrepreneurship a side discussion of opinions kept coming in, so I thought I would give that topic its own post.
This is not about a specific teacher and may not even be directly about the Bedford County system since they seem to have rigid guidelines by which they abide.
What do you think of our current public education? It would be nice to get YOUR thoughts and not the thoughts posted elsewhere on the internet. What do you,our local residents think of the system, course content, course offerings, etc.?
I have loved teaching for a long time, but do not know if I could exist under the guidelines and rigid requirements of today's system. Of course, that is my opinion from the outside, so maybe some comments can come from the inside?
If you have to, get a new identity so you can speak freely, or write to me at Steve@bedfordtradingpost.com and I will cut and paste your comment. (providing it is not aimed at a person). I may edit expletives. Just sayin' :-)
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