"The thing that kills me about education is that it's so touchy-feely. People say, 'Well, you know, test scores don't take into account creativity and the love of learning.' I'm like, 'You know what? I don't give a crap.' Don't get me wrong. Creativity is good and whatever. But if the children don't know how to read, I don't care how creative you are. You're not doing your job."The curmudgeon smiles as he waits for the screaming to start.
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Labels: Quotation Saturday
In Time, Michelle Rhee,
Posted by Curmudgeon at Saturday, November 29, 2008