I’m not even going to bother linking McMegan’s latest piece about why she is chomping at the bit to fire teachers. To be honest, I didn’t even read it, as there is a solid chance it is rife with basic mistakes, faulty assumptions, and logical errors, all leading to an inaccurate conclusion. And when someone goes to great lengths to point them out, she’ll blame gastritis or her calculator and then state that her mistakes just prove her point anyway. That’s what she does. That’s who she is. It’s pointless pointing out the individual errors, because she can make them faster than you can correct them, yet still enjoys job security that quite a few teachers would love to have.
The question I have for you all, though, is do these people ever have a solution for improving education beyond “firing bad teachers” and bemoaning wasted education money? Have you ever heard anything?