More brainless gibberish. You left teaching in the early 1990's after spending less than a decade in a semi rural Florida district yet go on as though you were the commissioner of education. NCLB came on board in 2001, long after you left the profession__I guess that disqualifies your opinion?<quoted text>
Even if I had four generations of doctors in my family, unless I had personal experience being a doctor, I wouldn't presume to know anything about what it's like being a doctor or claim to know the nuances of working in the medical profession.
Same with you and your immediate family of educators.
However, you are presumptuous enough to tell a former teacher that you know more than they do about being a teacher and all of the nuances of working in the teaching profession when you've never experienced it personally and have no first-hand knowledge.
And you are perfectly cut out to be arrogant and obnoxious. Which is very sad and very bad.
I suspect your attitude in combination with your mouth made you very unpopular in the system and you walked away with a chip on your shoulder which you still carry.