Wednesday, May 16, 2018

North Carolina Teachers' March On Raleigh: A Conversation On Friend A's Facebook Page

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I see all the nasty comments on here about the teacher's march and most of them are made by people who never worked as a teacher a day in their lives. The mouths are running like a faucet.

JBP The teachers I know and respect are all boycotting this march. That says a lot!

Alan Archibald I taught at Orange High School for seven years and "public instruction" is the hardest job in the world. 

My wife -- a high-end RTP public health project coordinator -- shadowed me for half a day and that night over dinner confessed: "I don't know how you do it. I couldn't do that for a day, much less as a career!" 

North Carolina teachers are abusively underpaid. (And those who want teahers to stay that way are an indicator of the expensive educational work yet to be done.)

I harbor profound admiration for every courageous soul who joins the teachers' march - using "people power" to pursue economic justice, simultaneously resisting the idiocratic juggernaut of our benighted state assembly.


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