The students’ restrooms at many schools are like the restrooms at nonbrand gas stations.
The food sold and served at the schools is what you might expect to see handed out to third world, starving countries.
The discipline at many middle and high schools is what they make movie plots out of—less than B movies.
The teachers’ instruction at all schools is like one-size-fits all socks with everyone wearing the same size, style, and color.
The administrators at many schools not visiting the classrooms is like the army generals not visiting the front lines during combat.
The faculty and staff development meetings at the schools are like the most boring, worthless class that you had to take in college in order to qualify for your degree.
The Superintendent treats the teachers, students, and schools like the President of Russia treats his neighboring countries and his poorest citizens.