Teaching job is no joke for it is dignified and it equips people specifically the youths the essential understanding, wisdom and expertise that will later make them responsible and productive citizens of our society. I went back home and back to college and was that weird kid who got taken from school by the cops (possibly arrested). I have spent the final 14 years teachers pre-kindergarten age kids and the influence teachers have on young children is wonderful. Some of them tell me they are going to be teachers when they grow up… it really is a very rewarding, hard career, even much more challenging now because of continual tension in families. Contrary to what we usually hear in the media, there are much more amazing teachers than the ones who chose the incorrect profession.
Teachers are some of the most devoted, hard functioning, compassionate individuals I know. I’m particularly thankful for the ones I had in grade school as they gave me self-confidence for future understanding endeavors. General, I’m completely crazy about and indebted to my previous, present and future teachers and professors! We are portion time college lecturers an educated & at the same time exploited section of this society. Fight with us for a noble trigger, walk with us a few steps to make us comprehend that this society really thinks teachers to be its backbone.
Really feel the plight, the sorrow of teachers, really feel their torture deep inside your hearts, see what a society we reside in when teachers are made to lie below the sky in the open streets, to fulfill the sadistic pleasure of the Education Minister & the state Government. Ill paid teachers are looked down upon, they endure immensely, the general election is close at hand & the state government turns a deaf ear to all cries of help.
Class Struggle Education Workers was formed in September 2008 by activists in two New York City education unions: the United Federation of Teachers (UFT), representing public primary and secondary educational personnel, and the Expert Staff Congress (PSC), which represents faculty and employees at the City University of New York. At Teacher’s Camp, a well-known place for company meetings and college seminars, guests claim to have heard mysterious voices and seen weird shadows.
We also seek to involve campus and school administrative staff and upkeep workers who are in the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Personnel (AFSCME) as effectively as other unionized and non-unionized workers. Legend has it that the camp, constructed as a tent-city for teachers throughout the American Occupation, was built on an old battleground for Baguio’s indigenous citizens. In Feb 1923, the cant of the edifice was denaturized to the River Say Teachers College.