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12 April 2023


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Teachers are so important and it is much more difficult to teach than when I was an English and Spanish teacher decades ago. Schools have had to do things that parents used to do. The teachers I know have to deal with a lot more issues than I did. I so admire them and I do value what they do for our children. My grandson loves school and has had excellent, caring teachers. They should be the highest paid people in the workforce.

My son is a most excellent teacher as is his wife.
I commend them always
Teachers make all other profession possible
God bless all the teachers out there

The salaries of teachers and sports figures should be transposed!

After awhile I think parents and teachers build up some immunity.
I know I was a sick the first few years my grandson was in school and at the beginning of each year.

I have been more poorly since my granddaughter turned toddler. She’s not in school yet, but often goes to soft play places. I dread to think of all the germs when she starts school. We’ll all develop better immunity in time. I hope!

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