Jon Cooper-Wiele writes: How many Globe readers really believe that teachers, or those in any number of other professions, become worse at what they do as they get older? The real problem with senior teachers is two-fold: They are generally paid more, and, by virtue of seniority (and a wealth of experience) they often critique the harebrained schemes not of junior colleagues but of novice administrators.
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