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News - November 5, 2010

Teacher says faculty is overworked

Bubb teacher says instructors are hard-pressed to cope with added duties, students

by Nick Veronin

Increased class sizes, a longer school day, stacks of new paperwork and more special needs children — accompanied by fewer dedicated aides — are all adding up to be a burdensome equation for local elementary school instructors, according to a teachers' union official.

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Posted by "Just Think About It", a resident of Old Mountain View
on Nov 9, 2010 at 1:24 pm

Teachers believe they are over worked and under paid. The tide is changing and the public that pays their salary is requiring they be more accountable. Many complain about the excessive number of hours they have to work. If you evaluate the number of hours they work per year I believe one will see they are in fact overpaid. They work less then 8 months a year. If they are really that unhappy whey don't they explore employment elsewhere? The reason is because they have a good thing and they know it. Job Security, Excellent Benefits and Every Holiday In Creation Off................."Just Think About It"

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