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Marc Clifton wrote:
Basically, if you're a teacher in the public school system in this country, you're f***ed.
I was going to reply that it's as bad in the UK, but I browsed a bit, and found that it can be quite a bit worse, over there.

Good teachers should be honoured and respected, or they'll lose their incentive for being good teachers.

Some states impose ridiculous requirements (and even belief systems!), and the amount of corporate interference would never be tolerated, over here. I can understand why some people move huge distances, after having children.

I find it sad that children should be victim to such things. You can't get back any of the times that have gone past, but that's especially poignant for childhood times.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!

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