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Chicago Teacher Strike is Not For the Children

Profblog Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 1:36 PM
As an adjunct faculty for 22 years, I have always had to teach overloads so I can pay the bills. These "teachers" have it so easy, they cannot have any clue about working really hard. I do, however, have to teach many students who have been inculcated with their worthless curriculum.
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 11:17 PM
Then why don't you switch to an easier job, where the pay is more???
kitekrazy Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 9:44 AM
Compared to CPS teacher that is an easier job.
On Monday, Chicago’s 26,000 public school teachers walked out of the classroom and, after a quick stop at Target for red T-shirts, assembled in the Windy City’s downtown Loop to make this crucial point: It’s not about the children. It’s about us.

But this can’t be true!

The motives of teachers unions are always pure and can never be questioned. Unlike other “workers,” teachers are professionals who are never out for themselves. Everything they do is for the children.

Thanks to the Chicago teachers strike, this myth may finally be busted. It’s all too clear...