School Board Candidates Comment on Einstein Teaching in a Barn

Picture a school called the Johnson Farm School. It’s basically a barn. Inside, Albert Einstein is teaching students. He’s as good at teaching as he is at physics. Now imagine another school called Central District Immaculate. It is basically a cathedral of education. Inside, Abe Pitchman is teaching students. He’s three years from retirement and is coasting through a curriculum he’s taught 27 times before. To which school do you send your kids? How would you’re preference impact your role as a School Board member?

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Josh Wolsky

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