In an amusing tour de force, NBCT teacher Stuart Egan (in North Carolina) poses the question, what if businesses were run like public schools?
Public Schools Aren’t Businesses – Don’t Believe Me? Try Running a Business as a Public School
No business leader could function under the same conditions.
Comparing schools to businesses isn’t like comparing apples to oranges, it’s like comparing apples to rocks.
“Be prepared to open up every book and have everything audited. If you are a public school, then every cent, every resource, and every line item is open to scrutiny by a variety of inspectors. Be prepared to be constantly audited and have those findings be available and open to interpretation to people outside of your business, even when those people may not know how your business operates.
“Be prepared to publicize all of the salaries of the people who work for you. ALL…
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