Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Educated Guess: Kansas City Teachers Don't Want To Go Back To School And They Hate Their Bosses Just Like Everybody Else

Actually, this missive is just a bit more complicated than our post title but basically conveys the same sentiments . . . Read more:

Here's what local teachers REALLY think about reopening schools

Illustration by Jocelyn SandsIn a matter of weeks, students in many areas of Kansas City will return to classrooms for the first time since the middle of March. So many questions are being hotly debated right now. Is it safe to return to school?

11 comments:

Bandit said...

Well, there's that but many of them are just as lazy as their thug students and want to get paid to sit on their asses.

Anonymous said...


Those who can, do. and those who can't, teach.

Anonymous said...

Don't have to worry about misbehaving Johnny on Zoom. Classes over by noon why would teachers want to go back to a school building?

Anonymous said...

KCPS teachers don't work when they are suppose to work. They like sitting home being paid to not work.

Anonymous said...

It really doesn’t matter, the students will be illiterate either way. Maybe the teachers should get jobs teaching good students and they would enjoy teaching again.

Bandit said...

Those who can't do either 7:01 work for the Kansas Shitty Public Screwals.

Anonymous said...

Liberal fags, we don't need 'em filling the kids heads full of left wing shit anyway. Number one occupation of those arrested during the "peaceful" protest. Among those that have jobs.

Anonymous said...

NO SCHOOL.
NO PAYCHECKS.

Anonymous said...

I don't hate my boss ALL the time.

Anonymous said...

Are kcmo teachers too stupid to teach anywhere else? Why else would they continue to work in ghetto schools?

Anonymous said...

Look at who makes up the KC School board and the national teachers unions don’t want schools to open either. KC schools are amount the shittiest in the country, part of the reason why Johnson County and the private schools around the city thrive.