Again, I'm not a doll. Only sexists use that term repeatedly.<quoted text>Refresh all our memories doll__your history has a few empty spots. Where did you teach school? For how long?
I don't recall you living in a larger city. Matter of fact going back even to the thread we met up on your past seems small town until you found your way to Orlando.
You don't seem to know very much about Florida's education system.
BTW the Florida commissioner of education, Tony Bennett resigned yesterday due to some stupid stunt he pulled on his last gig in Indiana. Why is it that Florida's governors bring commissioners in from states like Indiana and Oklahoma only to have them resign in short order.
I don't think those guys are progressives, do you?
But apparently you didn't read my post to LCN, but I'll be glad to summarize it for your benefit.
I taught in local schools in smaller towns in Central Florida. I was one of two teachers in my school asked to be a "supervising teacher" for student interns from a nearby college. I was also accredited as a "peer teacher".
Liberal politics drove me out of the teaching profession. The good teachers like myself were itching to get out. And I've never looked back. Not once.
Liberalism and political correctness in smaller school districts was alive and well even two decades ago.
But I'll ask you like I asked LCN, have you ever taught in a public school? Do you have any firsthand experience to offer any meaningful contribution to the subject?