Check out the article from the Tampa Tribune about USEP’s legal action to reign in PLC meetings.
Apparently, according to the article,Â the Superintendent thinks everything is fine, though.Â â€œAs 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, â€˜This is great. These are working. We are getting a lot done,â€™ â€ Browning said. â€œItâ€™s hard work, but they are seeing the benefit and the reward of their efforts.â€
Really?Â 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 donâ€™t have time to prepare their classrooms before students arrive, and they end up doing their lesson planning at home.”
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