Fortunately, most people don't really care what Chris Haire thinks.
"The reason that these "whatever it takes" sorts of approaches seem to be concentrated more in private and charter schools has much to do with the bureaucracy of the public school system. Something that comes up frequently in conversations about what makes charter or private schools successful is their ability to adapt and change quickly in order to best serve their students. If a teacher continually under-performs, the principal can let that teacher go. If a specific lesson doesn't seem to be reaching the kids, teachers have the freedom to get creative, and try something radically different."
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