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Old 09-28-2018, 07:22 PM   #88
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Originally Posted by Garcia View Post
As a school administrator I agree but only somewhat. In my 30 year career the number of unfunded mandates, amount of paperwork, documentation, requirements around supervision, standardized testing, need to work with various state and federal agencies, etc. has increased exponentially. How I spend my day has changed dramatically as now I spend far more time doing paperwork and less time interacting in meaningful ways with staff and students.
Just curious: I hear your complaint. It is valid. Did you vote for a President who campaigned and pledged to reduce government regulations, and is doing so?

Or did your vote go the other way which is the way most in the education field voted?

If you are unhappy with the amount of government interference in education and business maybe you could speak to your fellow educators about the way most of them vote?

Just sayin'
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