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April 20, 2013

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Thanks Bill...and it is important for us teachers to remember that this system is "real" for our administration before it is even so for us.

Great insight on trust. It always helps to keep a balanced perspective and only worry about what we can control, ourselves. Principals are dealing with this same issue looking at the AWSP framework and our current evaluators. Appreciate the post, Mark.

Thanks Maren. By no means do I want to make the whole "trust" issue seem easier to solve than it is... but I do think we too often talk about trust like it is something outside of us, that we don't participate in. I'm including myself in this...by no means am I claiming I've done it right all the time!

Very thought provoking perspective on trust, Mark! Interesting to think about this in terms of teacher evaluation and other issues. Thanks for writing and sharing this.

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