Re: an after-thought...

Chet (
Mon, 23 Oct 1995 12:02:22 -0500

On Mon, 23 Oct 1995, timothy janda wrote:

> Those who can do. Those who can't, teach. To which I might add, those
> who can't teach, teach teachers; and those who can't teach teachers
> become administrators.
Would, that it were that cut and dried. There are administrators
who have never taught, administrators who never wanted to teacher and who
got out as soon as they could, and administrators who never wanted to
administrate, but are better at it and are more trusted by their
faculties than others with a personal agendas to grind.

And as for myself--a department of one with no clerical help, yet
still teaching--there are a few of us who have four arms and who can work
on fast-forward all day long because we can see how it benefits both
Chet Pryor, Professor &
Testing Coordinator
Department of English
Montgomery College,
Germantown Campus