Pasco teachers, school-based personnel to give Browning input
With Kurt Browning's election to the Pasco schools superintendency all but assured, the United School Employees of Pasco is looking to start letting him know where it stands.
USEP president Lynne Webb has asked members to complete a survey on key district issues, so she can have their latest views to present to Browning when the two meet later in October. The short questionnaire first asks respondents to mark which of a dozen listed issues (such as planning time and teacher evaluations) are most important to them, and then to offer and "reasonable solutions" to those.
Next, the members are asked to identify aspects of their jobs that they like. The most open-ended question is likely to provide the most insightful (or maybe incendiary) information, though. The survey ends by asking, "If you could tell the new superintendent just one thing, what would it be?"
How would you answer this question?