There is no system that is perfect. There are always areas of improvement but one thing is for sure. The research and issues in society eventually fall on our educators and administrators to manage. Particularly, with a focus on the people who work in it. In essence, everyone who works in the public school system should be considered as the most contributing members of society. Though there are plenty of statistics to illustrate the societal issues that kids face today, there is a warmth in the midst of all the negativity and finger pointing. They are unsung heroes who should be recognized and that is our teachers, substitutes, the principal, administrators, etc. How society needs to thank those who work in the education system.Read the stories of school nurses, day ladies, substitute teachers, and others who do more than their jobs to make sure the kids have a better future for our team tomorrow. Time to learn all about the other side of the story. Grab your copy of ‘Heroes in Education’ by Phillip Brent.
Heroes in Education-A New Perspective for Dedicated Individuals in Public Schools.
The purpose of this book is to be philosophical with a positive tone and to shed light on the positives of our education system.You’ve probably heard the story of how the American education system goes down the drain, but have you ever heard another story? It’s a story about how teachers, administrators, and everyone at your local school make your child’s life better.
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