How to identify abusive and incompetent Pub-Ed administrators and elected school boards

If you’ve worked under both good and bad management, you learn the signs, and China Unified Valley School District is currently under the management of incompetent fools. It could be the school board or administration or both.

Crazy Normal - the Classroom Exposé

Don’t read me wrong as you read this post. There are some great administrators in the public schools but some are horrible and in this post you will meet a few.

The problem is that the incompetent administrators don’t think they’re incompetent—they think everyone else is. Imagine a school with a hundred teachers and one really bad principal and he thinks most of the teachers don’t know what they are doing so he tells them what to do and that advice backfires. Who do you think gets blamed for that principal’s failure?

In addition, school boards are elected and sometimes some can be misguided and ignorant, and it doesn’t help when the district administration is just as bad or worse.

It’s actually easy to identify the incompetent administrators if you know what to look for. With 13,600 public school districts in the U.S. and more than 1,000 of them in…

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