Unsolved, Substitutes!

Sometimes you figure it out after you take your decision which gives you the chance to correct it, if there was an error! 😉 Welcome back dearest friends everywhere: the US, the UK, South Africa, Malaysia, Netherlands, Qatar, India, Croatia, Pakistan, Canada, Tanzania, France, Brazil, Australia, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Ukraine, Bangladesh, Germany, Thailand, Cameroon, Hungary, Colombia, Italy,  Mexico, Poland, Chile, Ecuador, Ireland, Uruguay, Turkey,   Philippines, South Korea, Denmark, Bulgaria, Portugal, Indonesia,  South Africa, Argentina, Kenya, the UAE,   Nigeria,  Hong Kong, Greece, New Zealand,  Iraq,  Portugal, Costa Rica, Mauritius, Vietnam, Russia, Egypt, Bahrain,  Finland, American Samoa, Bosnia & Herzegovina,  Congo- Kinshasa, Hungary, Belgium,  Serbia, Poland, Japan,  Trinidad & Tobago, Indonesia,  Saudi Arabia, El Salvador,  Réunion, Nepal,  Belarus, and all! 😉

Although  we’ve posted parts of this before yet it is used here only as a reminder and a prep for the new development of that crisis since nothing has been changed. It only moved to the worst: That was the Atlantic magazine in 2016:

lead_720_405Substitute teaching has to be education’s toughest job. I’m a veteran teacher, and I won’t do it; it’s just too hard. The role magnifies the profession’s biggest challenges—the low pay, the insufficient time to plan, the ordeals of classroom management—into an experience that borders on soul-crushing. At the same time, the job drains teaching of its chief joy: sustained, meaningful relationships with students. Yet in 2014, some 623,000 Americans answered school districts’ early-morning calls to take on this daunting task.

Now in 2019, the number in CA is tripledSub-teachers can hardly live like a human being. It is said that they are being foolish when they accept a job hoping that it would turn out one day into a real teacher.

Lovely Wholesale SOUL Lovely Wholesale

Lovely WholesaleGeekBuying.com

Although many of these sub-teachers are higher in qualifications than the teachers in schools who many of them happen to be, in reality, teachers assistants only graduates of high-school, or 2 yrs college. They are not even qualified like someone with a master degree in education or a PH.D. In class management, but they were able to find the port which took them to the job.

Until we chat again, next is a quick inspiration on how to save these good people, with our hugs and kisses ❤


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s