Opening this new charter school is more work than I could have ever imagined. But, more importantly, the most important work I have never done. Ah, the world of charters. The stories I could tell, and I will, once I don't have to play nicely with folks who say they stand for children and clearly do not. But, I'm in the South and one of the first rules of Southern civility is to be nice even to people who are not nice to you or the charter movement. I wish they followed the same rules. There's a book in here. Just not now.
Now, it's about my amazing staff and students and the work we are all doing down here in South Carolina. Here's the most recent piece from the Charlestown Post and Courier. Check it out below:
I won't promise again that I will post more often as I barely have time to come up for air (and Cabernet).
Public education is in trouble. Charters so want to help. We are not the enemy...