University students can help

TEACHERS’ workloads dominate education headlines, a relentless chorus of frustration. We all acknowledge their burden, but blame alone won’t build a better system.

Education’s complexities demand a multipronged attack, one that fosters collaboration, not condemnation. Past failures teach us that throwing inexperienced graduates at classrooms as “band aid” teachers often creates more problems than solutions. What we need are solutions that empower existing educators, not replace them.

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