Yes, teachers should be paid what they are worth. It is one of the most important professions and vital to the future of our country. The teachers that are dedicated to teaching and care about student development along with challenging our youth to be the best they can be should be paid with a pay scale equivalent to what corporations pay executives because that is what they are. They are executives of a classroom. They manage between 30 and 150 students a day. They develop lessons, create evaluations and are responsible for getting their students to meet a particular standard among many other responsibilities they have. Let’s not forget to mention having to do this while dealing with discipline issues, students that don’t show up and other factors that would cause a business executive to quit within 3 months. Let alone an executive that does not see opportunity to make a decent wage in time. The small percentage of teachers that are burned out, waiting for “something better” or like to project their own political/social or other biases into the classroom need to be removed. Tenure does not exist in business and should not in the classroom. However, teachers should not strike or walk out during a school year. It hurts the students and causes other issues. Let’s fix the Education system as a priority and make teaching a profession that attracts the cream of the crop for an entire career and allow them to earn what they deserve. The future of our country depends on it.
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Please write a post about fortnite and how its corrupting our children, my son never even want to talk to me anymore. The first thing he does when he gets home is hop on the damn game, he wont stop throwing fits whenever I take his playstation away so I don’t even bother anymore.
Hi Caroline. Just curious the age of your son. Mine also plays this game and I can see how addictive it can be.
Hello Mr. Gruner, my son is 23 years old, to make things worse he’s a damn hillary loving snowflake. Once he even took my ruger 10/22 and threw it in the McDonald’s dumpster, where i had to dig it for it for 2.5 hours. I’m considering doing the same thing to his playstation.
Caroline..it is certainly not easy being a parent..I only have a 15 year old and it is challenging at times… Does he have plans to move out on his own? He is an adult. It is your house and your rules…but no matter, we still try to have a home for our children no matter what their age… it is a tough balance. I will say that as he gets older and starts to find his way in life he will see you more and more as an example and not “the enemy” and maybe he will also see that some of his thought processes were more about what was just easy and not what is right…keep praying for him and remember that GOD will guide you and him as time moves on, with your example, he will mature and do a lot of good.. you both are in my prayers..