I was sitting here on the sofa going through ancient Education Weeks when I heard Pat Sajak introduce a contestant as "a curriculum support specialist."
"A curriculum support specialist," he said. "What is that?"
answer: "It's a teacher that goes into the classroom to support the curriculum and other teachers."
Who says times are hard? Back in the real Depression, curriculums and teachers didn't have support! Curriculums and teachers had to make do with a principal, a superintendent, and the occasional school nurse.
How fortunate we are today, here with our civilian employment ratio of zilch.
I spoke too soon.
The curriculum support specialist just went bankrupt.