July was interesting. I spent every working day for four weeks working on writing a book. It's quite long, 25 thousand words. I get easily bored so, in between the chapters of the long book I wrote four short ones.
This is one in a series of blogs that explored the effects of education communities for the teachers who work in them. Despite our best efforts, we are inadvertently killing teachers.
Educators do excellent work in the development of the social-economic conditions in which we collectively live. They should be fully supported and have their experiences included in the ongoing discussions that inform the necessary changes to the system.
Each of these stories - based on my personal experience - has a few suggestions for developing the education system to better support teachers.
The five communities in this series are:
Private education community, financially driven
I am a teacher, a business-owner, a public speaker, a coach and an author.
Yes I'm a bit of a politician and a preacher too!
My Mission is to play a major part in supporting the education system in taking its next evolutionary step, becoming self-evolving rather than self-preserving.
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