Sometimes we wonder if student assessment numbers are more important than the students themselves. Are we more concerned with scores than we are with motivating students to wonder, explore, and discover? Is the same consideration given to a teacher who has a special spark with students? Or, at the risk of mixing metaphors, do we "paint ourselves into a corner" in our efforts to get everybody "on the same page"?
person one ought to be from the person one is” (Leroy Brownlow).