In response to posts on dress codes, a reader writes:

“As professionals, we have to look and act the part. We in the education profession complain that the profession is not given the respect that it is due (at times the complaints are justified). However, we have to remember that appearance is extremely important in conveying a professional image. Respect is earned by our actions. We have to “dress for success”. Not just for ourselves, but for our students. We have to show the students that we take pride in our jobs and in their education.”

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Breaking the Code

In our profession (as any profession) we often speak in jargon, shorthand and code. What I would like to share…