Some teachers deserve an award for the roles they play in our children’s lives but some of them need not pretend that they are in the jobs for anything other than the money.
These are the teachers that I write about today, not those hard-working ones who go beyond the call of duty for their students
Some teachers within the system couldn’t care less about their students or even the job. They are seemingly more concerned about the perks and just having the title “teacher”
They bad talk people’s children, make derogatory statements about them, hardly correct homework and give corrects where wrong should be placed. They also speak very lowly of their colleagues and compete for recognition from their principal. Who is responsible for examining the behavior of teachers”
Some of these so-called educators spend more time ensuring their four-inch heels are intact than going through textbooks to ascertain that a student has completed his or her homework.
They are constantly on their mobile phones in school texting other teachers about people’s children.
I say this because I am a teacher too and I witness forehand a lot of nonsense happening in the classroom
I heard the ABUT speaking about those that don’t support this morning’s sit-in. I didn’t go because I won’t be part and parcel of the hypocrisy.
It seems to me that these teachers want blood out of stone because there have been many strides made to fix security and the other issues affecting them.
I believe working together rather than causing a riot over issues that cannot be addressed immediately is baseless.
Some third-formers need to be in school. Some students have already lost so much time. Some slow students need that extra push. But what do we do? we take away from them the very thing we were employed to give-their education.
Like is said before, some love their jobs and have children at heart. But some need to get out of the system because not every teacher is a teacher.