Why would you want a leadership degree when you haven't even tried out the teaching part of the job? And why does the university allow blatantly inexperienced students into the leadership program
So they sent her to shadow me for a week. A week when I don't have students and I don't have teachers. All she is learning is the paperwork part of my job. Big, hairy deal. The real fun starts when the students arrive.
At the end of the week, I will have to rate my shadow. So far, she has just come across as young and immature
She doesn't have a
Since whatever I have to say to her seems to fall on deaf ears, I am assuming she will eventually get the message from her supervising professor when I complete her evaluation and send it in.
All I can say is I wouldn't want to work in a school if she was running it. Hell, I wouldn't even want to put