Send them back to the classroom!
Miami Superintendent Rudy Crew reassigns more than 130 teachers working in administrative offices to teach in struggling schools.
The reassignments come from a pool of roughly 500 teachers who are on special assignment to outside-the-classroom jobs, such as teacher development, curriculum planning and student assessments.
This is why urban school districts do not have any money. Imagine a charter school or a private school with this kind of certified staff in nonclassroom roles. Large districts have hundreds of teachers on the payroll (not to mention other certified staff) that never interact with a single student.
Of course the article does note that:
"Some have not taught students in decades."
And guess which schools get these unprepared reassignments?
"Almost all are being sent to the Superintendent's School Improvement Zone, a group of 39 low-performing schools."
Just another day in the life of a child in a low-performing school.