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PeejayAdams wrote:
Or as the brother puts it: "I can't imagine the complete and utter tedium of working at a school where there aren't serious problems to be solved."

LOL, no such thing.
Just because kids go to a better school doesn't mean they always do well
... translates to guess who the parents blame when the kid fails (or sometimes, Asian-like cultures, doesn't score A's)
and for more then the last few years many 'entitled parents' have taken to threatening teachers - physically or/and [usually] through pressuring the school management (principals and BOD both).

less well off schools the kids are the biggest problem (often as mentioned parents MIA), but that often can be managed (albeit good or bad) and teachers can get help.
In "well-off" schools the parents are the biggest problem, and nobody trains (and rarely support) teachers to handle that.

Hell, these days for example almost all bus drivers are protected from abuse, teachers rarely are.
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