Solutions and Problems

The fact that someone, somewhere has a solution doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a problem.  It may simply mean that someone, somewhere needs to sell you a solution so that he or she can feed his or her family.

They’re not bad people.  They’re just salesmen.  Selling us is their job.

Common Core is a fantastic solution.  Really.  It’s nice and shiny and elaborate and from the future!  But embracing a solution without understanding the problem is a formula for confusion and multiplying problems.

And the fact is, it’s a lot easier to throw a solution into the soup than it is to stop, analyze, debate, and come to a consensus as to what exactly the problem is.

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