I'm chuckling because there are more than occaisional scheduling conflicts in our
school. When we would try to make up classes, then teachers wanted their
specials made up for missed snow days, etc. Juggling around 28 classes
became a logistical nightmare. There are no empty spots to "plug' them in.
I guess each school is different in terms of what is feasable and what isn't.
> but all that aside, i really don't understand why so many on this list don't
> want to accommodate changes. will someone explain to me (i'm a little dense)
> what's so difficult about a few teachers trading places when an occasional
> conflict arises?
> linda in michigan