I think your input and that of your parents would be necessary to arrive at a good solution, Best Regards, keith, submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on October 15, 2013 1:00 pm no! But still there is more. Assignments must be planned and prepared, copied, cut out, drawn, whatever, but each preparation takes another 45 minutes beyond what the school day accommodates. Thus a school teacher in Philadelphia already puts in a minimum of 10 hours per day. What about us disabled students Im in a wheelchair and it is not that easy for my parents, no i mean OUR parents. They carry us to bed, they carry us into the wheelchair, we do therapy, they feed us, put our clothes on, brush our teeth, and we go to school. Submitted by Natalie Segal (not verified) on September 23, 2009 9:25 pm If the longer school day provided additional paid prep time for teachers, I would be for it. I agree with you, Keith. Even I also think that hard work is the most important aspect of getting success. Find out more. Submitted by Jonny Rashid (not verified) on September 23, 2009 1:15 pm Great post, Ron. In our area, most teachers have Master's Degrees, yet earn only around 45k to 50k per year, while I, who left education and never got advanced degrees, earn about 50 more than that and work considerably fewer hours.
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In Latin America and Asia, they would never tolerate behavior that is common here. And so many of the worst pupils are simply thrown out into the street. Education becomes an issue of survival, and this fact inspires the children greatly.