Teaching is hard work. You do not believe me? You try to keep the attention of two dozen or more children – sophomores, sophomores, it doesn’t matter – and guide them through the lesson plans you’ve made and refine, five or six classes a day, without much real rest time, running almost independently. Oh yes: The pay is bad.
This does not even take into account the strangeness of teaching during a pandemic, from Zoom lessons to ever-changing health trends, which has affected. “I don’t know how many more teachers we will have to withstand the pressure coming from different angles,” a teacher at a high school in Austin, Texas, told Antonio Ruiz-Camacho of CNET. In a play story this week, Ruiz-Camacho delves into how the teaching profession can hold it together and perhaps not be shaken by the Great Resignation, which has spread to other areas.
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