Teacher pay is part of that conversation, but only one part. The public wants real reform as well. It's time to reduce administrative bloat. It's time to direct more money to the classroom. It's time to hold local districts responsible for mismanagement, such as over-testing that is almost entirely a product of local administrators and school boards, not state mandates. It's time to increase school choice and give parents more options, understanding that the closest school isn't automatically the best fit for every single child.
Sunday, November 13, 2016
Teacher pay, yes, but 'the public wants real reform as well'
"As we've noted before, education is an issue that clearly deserves lawmakers' attention," The Oklahoman editorialized today.