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Progressive Teacher Pustule: Pay Your School Taxes and Shut Up

TFT Wrote: Apr 15, 2012 10:14 PM
For 3 years in a row I had the highest student scores in the district. I do sometimes switch your and you're, and occasionally their and they're. I think I hate the apostrophes. I am a child of spellchecker. But, trust me, I know the difference, and I know when they are right and wrong, and when it matters (not here) I take better care. Shall we deal with a real issue? Like the fact that you seemed to notice "seryous" (an obvious one) but you missed "your?" Smarta**.

EAGnews.org and I continuously poke the belly of the education beast to see what kinds of pustules pop, and it never ceases to amaze us the types of low-lifes involved in our education system.

There are many great teachers – we work with a lot of them every day. But there are also a lot of people who don’t deserve the honor of teaching our children.

Whether it’s union-defended “pervy” teachers getting a slap on the wrist for very serious offenses, teachers doctoring student test scores for their own gain, or teachers union officials involved...