LOCAL TEACHERS QUIT!!!

This interview is pretty much just a bunch of union talking points to it's of little REAL usefulness to people who want to know why American public education is quickly fading.

Hint . . .

Threats of student violence, politicized curriculum and mobile phone camera tech are probably bigger reasons than anything listed in this article.

But . . .

Some of the data gives us a good starting point for conversation . . .

Teachers across the country are now exiting their profession in high numbers. According to a survey by Education Weekly, when asked about the likelihood of leaving teaching in the next two years, 54% of teachers said they are “somewhat” or “very likely” to do so — 20% higher than a survey done before the pandemic began.

Three educators from Missouri and Kansas school districts joined KCUR’s Up To Date to discuss the root cause of burnout in their profession and what can be done to help.

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

Why Kansas City teachers quit their jobs: 'Our credibility and our autonomy are being threatened'

Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers in the Kansas City area remain stressed and frustrated with ongoing changes in health protocols, fights within school boards and statehouses over what they can and can't teach, and a lack of recognition. Teachers across the country are now exiting their profession in high numbers.

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