Yes, they are overpaid and underworked
No, they are not overpaid and underworked
I was a teacher at the YMCA for maybe a year. All I did was the after school which was K-8, and that was all it took. Our teachers are stressed, under appreciated and then we expect them to preform with the only recourse for discipline is a freaking time out? Public, charter AND private sector schools are here to stay, that's the end of it. We need to at least make some kind of effort to appreciate and support them.
Back in my day the teacher say's "I am telling your parents" and you knew you were in for it. Now days it's the exact opposite? WTF happened you self absorbed uppity assholes?
Who ever voted "yes," you should be ashamed.
No Lives Matter
1% to do with schools, 99% to do with parents.Originally Posted by Blackdog
Seems to reason that the biggest overhaul needed for our education system is accountability by parents. Once again, I return to the voucher system. There are schools out there for active parents and children who want to learn and succeed. If that's true, there should also be schools out there for parents who take no active interest in their kids' educations and children who want to do nothing more than slip through the cracks of a revolving-door system.
There. Everyone's happy. You can't force a parent to care, but you can sequester them so they're not damaging to parents and children that are actually worth a damn.
No Lives Matter
I already did. Hard drugs have always, since time immemorial, been available to the poor.
So you are going to state a reason why this is a bad conclusion?