Mission clutter hinders recruitment and retention of the best and the brightest teachers, because it makes teaching a very unattractive profession.
Mission clutter has transmogrified teaching into a second-rate parody of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
The problem is, however, that mission clutter prevents teachers and students from concentrating exclusively on learning.
Unless mission clutter is shifted away from classrooms, our only alternative is to create Standards of Mission Clutter.
If basic education could operate like a business, mission clutter would be eliminated.
Unless the teacher's role is streamlined, the only thing the United States will gain is 100,000 new cells of mission clutter.
In each state, principals and teachers in the worst performing schools would apply for school-based grants to hire Mission Clutter Managers (MCMs).
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