Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Kansas Teachers Call It Quits Amid COVID

The demands forced upon instructors by callous parents and administrators are chasing more educators away from the profession. 

Tragically, take-out foodie customers are more considerate about the feelings of workers than so many locals who place a great deal of unfair expectations on public schools. 

Read more:

'It Is Not Sustainable': Kansas' Online Teachers Are Overworked And Quitting

WICHITA, Kansas - Less than a week into the new school year, the warning came: The school district's COVID-19 learning plan expected too much from teachers. "It's unsustainable," Greg Jones, a representative for the Kansas National Education Association, told the Wichita school board. "We don't think that things can continue as they are."

4 comments:

Charlie Horse said...

Oh boo hoo. Male teachers can't look up the dresses of high school girls when teaching online. Such a hardship.

Anonymous said...

Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach. Those who can't do either, bitch and quit.

Anonymous said...


awwww..poor greedy Democrat NEA Teachers Union slobs..they have to work 24/7 !!

24 hours a week --7 months a year.

Bandit said...

Hard to molest your students via Zoom huh?