Dear those who say teachers are overpaid babysitters,
Please explain to me how this makes any sense at all. If I was truly an "overpaid babysitter" I would be paid $8 per hour, per student. I am with approximately 25 students for at least six hours a day which amounts to $1200 per day. I teach for 180 days a year, therefore would make $216,000 a year instead of the $50,000 salary we are actually paid. Oh, and we wouldn't be responsible for teaching your students, ensuring they get along with one another, or preparing them for lives in the real world either.
Sincerely, I'm thinking it'd be much easier to babysit...
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