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April 24, 2009


Melvin Hall

Hmm... My boss speaks about educational incest; where one generation comes out of the education pipeline and returns to the classroom as a teacher and the cycle repeats. All really great folks, none with experience outside of education.

I have two customers:
1. my students
2. their employers and/or next level of education

Are my customer's needs being met? I will let you know.

Rob Jacobs

I have felt the same concerns that your boss has. I came to education after a decade of work in outside business and other fields.

A little perspective might be beneficial for all teachers.

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