Reader Opinion: Critical of educators
Aw, spring once again. One does not have to "hate" in order to criticize. It's only the left that leans on that crutch when they have no tenable argument. One needn't hate educators--or anyone-- to clearly see that of the millions and millions of...
Aw, spring once again.
One does not have to "hate" in order to criticize. It's only the left that leans on that crutch when they have no tenable argument.
One needn't hate educators-or anyone- to clearly see that of the millions and millions of tax dollars annually dumped into public education that scant few pennies find their way into the classroom. Vast millions of dollars do, however, find their way into teacher retirement funds and administrators' pockets.
There is no need to pity these apparently victimized educators, either. Lord knows, they are more than handsomely compensated for a nine month per year job along with a terrific retirement.
If it is as difficult a job as we are led to believe, I'm sure they can change careers to one less demanding. They are themselves well educated, as we well know because we are so often told that they are.
I don't hate based upon those or any other realities. But I am critical of them.
What I hate is being labeled a hater because what I am critical of has run out of defenses.
Well, I see yet another state funded program is underway to pay for training work-ready employees as required by local manufacturers.
Once again, please remind me why is it that these kids leave our magnificent public schools so poorly and under-educated?
It would seem that 13 years of union/governmental indoctrination has failed them if they enter the workforce unprepared for the realities of life.
Perhaps more yoga is the answer after all!
"Relax! Don't worry about actually knowing anything. Just trust the state, and breathe!"