Then you are not earning your pay.  You are leeching off of the system 
just like everyone else where you work.

I feel sorry for the kids under your care, cause they are stuck with 
people who don't give a f**k about them.

Cynth

Charlie wrote:
> 
> 
> At the High School where I teach, I often have to substitute in
> during my lunch hour for the Special Education class. It is not easy,
> as those kids are very sad and child-like even though they are
> teenagers. However, I can always use the extra money that I get paid
> for subbing for other teachers so I am willing to do it.
> 
> Some of those retarded kids look so innocent that it makes me sad to
> think about them. Usually I leave the kids alone and go to the
> Teacher's Lounge and watch TVLand since Bonanza is only on for one
> hour now.
> 
> Anyhow, there I was yesterday wondering if the kids counted as
> sentient beings. I have always imagined that they did have souls, but
> now that I see how simple they are I wonder if they do. I am tending
> to think that they don't. Then I will not feel bad when I leave them
> alone. I am not the only teacher that does that. As long as they
> don't attack each other, nobody finds out and it is like getting paid
> for free time. Do I have an obligation to try to teach them anything?
> I don't think anyone really tries. I am not the only one that sees
> them as just a way to make a few extra bucks. What is my obligation
> to these kids? Do I have any?
> 
> As you can guess, I am at the computer at the Teacher's Lounge right
> now, and I have the TV on too. I am not the only one here. It is like
> skipping class, except we are the teachers!
> 
> 


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