Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The blob that ate the schools

"Here’s an eye-opening school statistic for you: only half of Oklahoma’s public education employees are teachers," Greg Forster writes in the current issue of Perspective. "The bureaucracy is now so big, it takes up half the system."


Unknown said...

So what has the history of that breakdown been? Same question for surrounding states? Also note that as parents continue to dump their responsibility onto the schools (and the schools gladly accept it) the need for more support staff increases.

Brandon Dutcher said...

Randy: Dr. Forster addresses some of these questions in the article.