Before getting hired, should teachers teach a few lessons to the administrators?

Asked by: ravegirl120
  • Yes they should

    There are high school teachers who are getting tutored on the subject that they teach and instead of sitting down and grading the work they give participation grades. If you're active in class it proves that you're at least trying to lean the material, but if a math teacher doesn't check your work or even to see if you answered correctly, there is a problem. The people who work administration are responsible for the quality of teachers they hire and should make sure that the teachers are held to a standard. If half of a teachers students are failing, then they should be observed. To make sure that the teacher isn't faking it for his or her boss, there should be a camera in every classroom

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