|Ed Notes satire|
New reporters will undergo two and a half weeks of training before being sent to locations like Syria and Egypt. An extra week of training will be required to cover the White House.
"Novice reporters will receive constant feedback from their bureau chiefs," said the editorial. "Reporters with the lowest 20% of readership of their articles will be terminated."
The Times will adopt the "two claps and a sizzle" celebratory chant for reporters whose stories go viral.
The Times is actively searching for a 27 year old with at least 3 years on the job to run the paper.
RBE at Pedido:
I dunno, maybe I'm a fool.
I never wanted to go on to something "better."
I like working with students in a classroom.
I think it's important to have experience at this job.
I have gotten better every year I have taught (I start my 13th year next week.)
The social and emotional learning skills I have picked up over the years as I have grown older myself have really helped me as a teacher.
I know how to reach students better now than I did in my first few years - sometimes that means academically (okay, that way of teaching isn't working, let's try this way...), sometimes that means emotionally (diagnosing what is holding a student back and then finding a way to begin helping the student through that issue...)
This is not the skill set a third year 24 year old TFAer has.