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    Call those lazy ass teachers OUT!!!

  2. Audrey says – reply to this


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    As a college student right now who is under going a rigorous program to become a teacher i may have a different perspective on that matter. Every teacher goes into the profession think "i want to make a difference in the life of a child" not one single teacher pays to go to school for 4-5 years, pays for new clearances every year, pays to get certified, to take the equivalent to the teacher SAT because they want to make, if they are lucky, 40,000 per year. People blame teachers for the lack of education and improvement in this country when in actuality it is the policies that are put into place. They wear you down as a teacher and a human being. You must teach what is required of you to keep your job. It may seem selfish that a teacher is concerned about that but yes, as a teacher you cannot be fired from any institution in if ever want to teach again and unfortunately teaching what you believe students need to learn is grounds for firing. Blame the people making the policies. It may seem harsh that we as teachers have to do something to make a living but it is the truth. We want our students to succeed but we are held back and given no tools to help these students achieve what they must. All that i go through everyday as a student learning to become a teacher, i beg of everyone to not blame your teachers, blame those who know nothing about education yet have all the power making the policies about education.

  3. jr says – reply to this


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    I don't blame all educators because I certainly had some PHENOMENAL ones, but I also had some that were pretty complacent due to the policies that were in place. I don't blame them for that, because I myself understood the situation. But once you get to that point, it is negligent to continue in that position. I had some who were able to work within the policies and still continued to inspire their students. It takes a special person to be a good educator and I have nothing but respect for them. I'm not on that side of the fence, so whenever I hear teachers talking about all the flack, I don't get it. Then again, I'm not at the parent-teacher meetings and I don't hear the nonsense they must be hearing. I won't speak to that because it must be happening.

  4. robyn says – reply to this


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    has everyone forgotten that we the people out number the policy makers and they cannot thrive without us, without us there are no people to enforce their lazy, blame someone else rules. if more people stood up like this bright young man and spoke the truth instead of being beaten down by policies and code's and strict guidelines the world would make sense. this young man is not the only thinker of his kind. there are more of us everyday and we refuse to be sheep. a revolution is coming, slowly but surely.



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    You want to talk about a messed up education system… what about Common Core?

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


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    She doesn't even bother to care enough to engage him properly. She acts like a walking packet. Very, very well said, young man. The quality of education that you and your classmates receive matters!