Kansas City Metro Teachers Quit Amid COVID & Cultural Shift

We can't blame a mass exodus of teachers in the metro solely on the pandemic.

Teaching, when done properly, has always been a pretty lousy job that requires quite a great deal dedication, talent and patience for low pay. 

To make matters worse . . . New protocols to cope with the pandemic and the ascendancy of American activist/protest culture have "complicated" the gig even further.

And so, we note proof of this trend and the rush to recruit more suckers teachers before the new school year.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

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