The rantings of a teacher who retired from the classroom but not from education.
Exactly. One of my friends calls this phenomenon the "F-up, move up" work ethic. I was actually told by my principal that a student was placed in my room over my grade partner's because I am so good at documenting behavior. (She said, "Just do what you normally do.") I was grateful for the compliment, but why can't she learn how to do it? I'm tired of being punished for doing my job right. And even if I wanted to, I couldn't I've with myself if I did a half-assed job like everyone else. N'est-ce pas?
A teacher in my building screwed up so badly they paid her to leave! Yes, my tax dollars at work! She gets a year and half salary and bennies for screwing up. I worked my ass off all year cleaning up after her and didn't even get a thank you. Teachers laid off due to lack of $...but we can pay a teacher to leave??? That money could pay for a real teacher in a classroom with kids!Yeah, I am pissed off.
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