Does anyone have administrators that micromanage what you do in the classroom?

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  1. Backroads

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    A company also can't stay in business if it doesn't make quality use of its employees. Successful companies care about talent, creativity, and drive in their employees. They look for those qualities. They work to keep great employees. Businesses are incredibly interpersonal.

    Do those drive those lovely business numbers? That they do. But they're taking care to not put the cart before the horse.
     
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    Yes, indeed I did have a micromanaging experience and it was very stress inducing; prior to this, I was used to having my own classroom, developing my own lesson plans, etc. and soooo...not pleasant to say the least.
     

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