The most recent New York Times article about charter schools had educators and principals praising the young teachers who intend to work 2-3 years as the most. These kind of theories do more to harm the teaching profession than almost anything else. They study teaching for 2 weeks and then they’re raring to go.,Charter schools, which are private schools fueled by public money, are too delicate to contrast with public schools. One big difference between the two is that public schools have to take all students whereas charter schools can choose to sift out the worst performers. We hear about the bad marks attributed to public schools but nothing about the progress of the charter schools, Is that because charter schools are attached to the spigot of Wall Street?
I think the NY Times reporters on this story forgot to ask either veteran teachers or students how they felt about being taught by a youngster with 2 weeks of training and one foot out of the door,