Check out the article from the Tampa Tribune about USEP’s legal action to reign in PLC meetings.
Apparently, according to the article, the Superintendent thinks everything is fine, though. “As I travel the district — and I am in schools a lot — I am amazed at the number of teachers and administrators who have stopped me and said, ‘This is great. These are working. We are getting a lot done,’ ” Browning said. “It’s hard work, but they are seeing the benefit and the reward of their efforts.”
Really? That’s not what USEP has been hearing. “Webb, though, said the union has heard complaints from teachers who view the PLC meetings much differently. They complain they don’t have time to prepare their classrooms before students arrive, and they end up doing their lesson planning at home.”
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