I grew up in the downriver suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. Most of that time in a community (first a township, then a city) called Taylor—a place in the news recently for having closed its public schools in the wake of a massive wave of teachers calling in “sick.” However, these “educators” apparently made a nothing-short-of-miraculous group recovery immediately after their illness laden phone calls and quickly made their way en masse to the state capital in Lansing to join the angry mob protesting the recent legislative move to successfully make Michigan the nation’s 24th “right to work” state. This was, to...
Huh? Where I teach you need a degree in the field. I would doubt that any new grad would know more than any on our staff. Because many on our staff were new grads 1-2,4, 5 years ago and since then they have been teaching the content and often taking grad courses. #outoftouchken
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