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Some get off at the first stop while others go on to the end of the line. ’ ‘You’re right. Not everyone is heading for the same place. In schools as well as trains some go farther than others. But, you’re forgetting that I didn’t say a school is like a train because everyone wants to arrive at the same destination. What I said was that everyone in them—schools as well as trains—want to go in the same direction. ’ ‘An important one. The direction in which schools must be going is to help learners realize their potential to learn.
That’s right. ’ ‘I see why it took so long to answer my question. ’ ‘Now you see why some schools aren’t as effective as they could be. ’ ‘That’s a big part of my job. ’ ‘That’s r ight. You don’t lear n—and by that I mean understand—if you’re not at the center of a problem. Who wants to be at the center of a problem if you don’t have the authority to decide how to solve it? That’s where I come in. I provide the administrative leadership that gives others the authority to become leaders. This school is organized by problems—discipline problems, curriculum problems, resource problems, parent and family problems, and even administrative problems.
Well, every teacher needs to know what it’s like in order to deal with it effectively. You can’t ignore it or wish it away. ’ ‘But, what can any teacher do about it? ’ ‘That’s an attitude that will get you in trouble in this school. The classroom is never far removed from all the problems that exist in the family and in the community. The classroom is the meeting ground where family, school and community come together. ’ ‘In one sense—home and family problems can’t be the focus of schools. Teachers can’t teach and be parents too, although some kids need both.