A Brief Note On Staffing Within Schools And Schools

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IV. Staffing
Staffing within schools is one of the most important aspects of an educational system. Without reliable, hardworking workers, the students’ education could be greatly affected. One of the biggest issues world-wide is that schools are teaching to the “typical” student. Therefore, students who are struggling or excelling compared to the “average” student are being left behind. Students who are struggling are not receiving the help they need; they are rather being failed, or ignored. On the other hand, students that are excelling are not being pushed to their full potential and are forced to stay on track with “average” students in their class. The Genovia directors of education has taken this matter into account and has created a system to provide every student with the resources they need to foster life-long learning. One of the ways we are going to ensure students are learning the curricula at a pace specific to each student, is by requiring high teacher qualifications. Every teacher needs to have at least a Master’s degree, however, a Doctoral is preferred due to competition; upon completion of their degree every teacher will take an oath similar to the Hippocratic Oath that doctors take, stating that they will educate students to the best of their ability, to keep each students progress confidential, and to pass on the secrets of education to the next generation (Anderson, 2015). In addition, the teacher or professor will be obligated to go through continual…

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