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Today marks exactly one year without teaching. A plethora of versions abound. Done being a teacher. In the twelve years I was a high school English teacher, I watched people leave the profession in droves. Some hung in there for a handful of years before eventually succumbing to cynicism and fatigue.
The climate is different. The culture is different. The system is breaking, and educators are scattering to avoid the inevitable crushing debris when it all comes crumbling down.
I hope you will join the conversation. To make my own decision. Actually, there are only two: They are the incredible things. You get to be your own boss. Parents are the boss of you. The administration is the boss of you. Common Core is the boss of you. Your day does not resemble that of a typical white-collar professional.
Go out to lunch 5. Complete paperwork and other job-related tasks during the actual work day 6. Because you know what else is the boss of you? Everyone thinks they know how to do your job.
SVU once a week? Surely, teaching is different, though, right? Six, seven, eight hours a day, ever since preschool, everyone has seen this job, so everyone is allowed to have an opinion. But even brand new teachers can tell: You wanted to foster imagination, not slaughter it. They deserve to gather around a rocking chair and feed their imaginations.Welcome to the Purdue OWL.
This page is brought to you by the OWL at Purdue University. When printing this page, you must include the entire legal notice. Dude, yes. Everything you said. And kudos to you for getting out after six months. I have been here for almost 8 fucking years (can i swear on your blog?) and they are 8 years I will never get back.
If you don't want to teach anymore, it might be about more than just the budget cuts. Come on in -- here is your key to the teachers' lounge.
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