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01-04-2014 22:27 #171
01-04-2014 22:30 #172Senior Member
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Oh my. Did you reply to that facebook post?
This is exactly why I deleted my fb account. I like my bubble.
01-04-2014 23:03 #173
I fully support our teachers sacrificing a paid day of work, and potentially THEIR jobs, to fight for better conditions for OUR children. Wake up Colin!
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01-04-2014 23:12 #174
02-04-2014 00:08 #175
My best friend is an 'overpaid teacher'. She just sent me a text as she's still writing reports at 1:00am. She is actually one of the better paid teachers, earning $100k a year as an AP (at the local public school). I personally think she earns every cent she is paid. She also stands in solidarity with early childhood teachers who also work their butts off & can only dream of earning $100k/pa. I am lucky to have some of my best friends be teachers & damn good ones who are passionate about education. We need to care for our teachers & keep the good ones in the job. Our future depends on it.
02-04-2014 08:49 #176
Yeah I one if those damn lazy teachers. I was at school by 7.30. Didn't get a lunch break because I was on duty. Didn't get a morning tea break because I setting up for my next activity before the kids got in. I didn't get to pee until 3.30 once the kids left for the day. Then I had after school activities group till 5. Managed to go home for 1/2 hour then came back to school at 6 for a meeting at 6.30 which finished at 830.
I hope that I was ok that I sat down to dinner with my husband at 9pm then went to bed after checking my emails and daily planners for the next day. I finally crashed amd went to bed at 11?
And teachers work from 8-4?
02-04-2014 10:38 #177
02-04-2014 10:39 #178
It disturbs me there are really people out there as stupid as this!!!
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02-04-2014 10:52 #179
It makes me sad to see people deny how hard teachers work. Seems we expect them to educate, protect our children from bullies, be alert to a child who needs to be protection from their own home, walk the very fine line of managing departmental and parental expectations alk while still managing to smile for the kids and then to have people turn on them and tell them they have no right to demand beget for the school system in the only way that will be heard, and begrudge them flexible working conditions that are the norm in most other industries.
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02-04-2014 11:39 #180Senior Member
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