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Mass. Educators Don't Understand Why
They're Being Told to Teach Remotely From

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Posted By: John C, 8/25/2020 6:46:41 AM

While many students in Massachusetts will start the school year with remote learning, some teachers are upset that they will still have to report to the classroom. "My husband and I are both teachers. I have a kindergartner starting school in a hybrid model, and a 7-month-old at home," said Emily Mackie. Mackie is currently juggling life as a parent and a third-grade teacher in Brookline, where school is scheduled to start in a remote model in the fall. But under the recent state guidelines issued by Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley, teachers are still being instructed to teach from their classrooms, even during remote learning.


Maybe they all should be fired and front line nurses hire for the teachers jobs.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: NancyD 8/25/2020 6:57:56 AM (No. 520037)
It isn't the taxpayers problem that this teacher has children. If she doesn't want to work and do what her "Job Description" states, then QUIT. So many teachers are pita's and are typical whiny liberals who think that their problems are superior. I'm tired of it.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: richcorey41 8/25/2020 7:00:12 AM (No. 520038)
From the article - "You don't trust us, you don't trust what we're doing, you have to watch us..." Ahh....Yeah!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Daisymay 8/25/2020 7:36:19 AM (No. 520070)
I think a lot of Americans are tired of the Teachers whining about being afraid! So are a lot of people in this country, but they go out and do their job every day! Those Teachers in MA have the luxury of teaching in an empty room. They aren't exposed to anyone else! Wear a mask walking in and out of the building! And, find a Babysitter like all the other working women in this country are having to do. What makes Teachers think they are so special? They have already had six months at home since the Pandemic began, do they think they an drag this out for a whole year and get PAID for staying home? I don't think that's going to fly!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Skinnydip 8/25/2020 7:40:54 AM (No. 520075)
Of course if they are allowed to stay home then they'll be too busy to teach. I wonder how much the absentee rate will go up if they're not in the classroom.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: anniebc 8/25/2020 7:43:15 AM (No. 520077)
The demands of teachers for special treatment would be tolerable if teachers by and large were doing a fantastic job of educating America's children, but they're not. We constantly hear that they need more money, more resources, more benefits, more time off, more paid this and that. They even get special home buying discounts, discounts at stores (at least in my area) that others don't get. At least the military, who also get these types of benefit, actually protect and defend. I guess some teachers think remote learning was only supposed to work to their advantage. What about the parents who have to go to their job sites and who have similar childcare issues? If the teachers are working from home, won't they still have to devote time to teaching and need someone else to watch their children? Or, did they expect to be stay at home parents and fit in teaching when they were available, but still get paid as if they were in the classroom? At least the bureaucracy is making them accountable.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: jalo1951 8/25/2020 7:45:15 AM (No. 520080)
This is my 4th week back at school. It is hybrid with kids being here on a Mon/Thurs or Tues/Fri schedule. on Wed. everyone is online. Teachers and support staff are here everyday. When they are in school the teachers have support from their peers, tech support, materials to support their lessons. With half of the students reporting on any given day it has been easy to maintain a safe school. Every precaution is being met and implemented. When we had to close in March we were not allowed to return. It looked very bad from a PR standpoint. Teachers, hanging at home, getting paid, not doing much. When this first happened we asked if we could return to school to teach virtually from our rooms once the school was cleaned. Health Department would not allow us to return. So we are here, doing what we need to do. It is not perfect and we see problems but try to address them as best as we can. Luckily our elementary schools are open 5 days a week with full classes. Hybrid is for our middle schools and high schools. Elementary students need more personal, hands on instruction. So far it is working and we are moving ahead. We will roll with the punches, make adjustments. This is not ideal but we will make it work. Teachers need to be in their buildings even if it is totally virtual.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: cottagestreetgirl 8/25/2020 7:47:59 AM (No. 520082)
An idea for this teacher: first pretend that last winter we had a normal flu season, without covid. Next, put in place your child care plans that you would have made over the summer for a normal return to school. Return to your classroom which is temporarily empty. Teach.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: skacmar 8/25/2020 7:55:54 AM (No. 520093)
Cry me a river! Does this whiney teacher ever go to the store? Does she keep her child in a sealed room? Lots of us have worked throughout the pandemic and continued to go out and.. we are still living! Teachers are supposed to be smart and not buy into all of their union brand fear. Do your job, stop complaining, take precautions. You're lucky to have your job!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 8/25/2020 7:56:37 AM (No. 520094)
Seriously? Afraid to be among other teachers wearing masks?! I remember when Reagan fired the striking air traffic controllers. I would love to see teachers released from their scary work, and brave grocery store workers trained to do their job.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Rather Read 8/25/2020 8:11:22 AM (No. 520101)
My daughter has been working from home all summer. My grandchildren are going to school 2 days a week and three days are on-line. None of the teachers here seem to be whining and the students are ready to go back. My daughter isn't afraid, but some of her friends are to the point that they are hiring tutors. One of the worst things about the 'rona is it's made so many people scared to death of everything.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: moebellini3 8/25/2020 8:27:43 AM (No. 520111)
Proof again that your kids are secondary when it comes to 80% of teachers. Their priorities are their political agenda, their salary and their pension. Shes talking like they are the only ones with children at home. Being a teacher you would think she is aware of all the families with children at home. But no, her first priority is herself. Typical of the liberal mind set......................
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MelRae71 8/25/2020 8:46:59 AM (No. 520138)
I believe how teachers' view their jobs is at least partially dependent on the political climate where they live. I live in Steve Scalise's district in South Louisiana. We generally vote conservative Republican. Every teacher at my school is returning and ready to do as much as The Powers That Be will allow us.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: gobushcheneygo 8/25/2020 8:59:13 AM (No. 520155)
Come on, man. Joe Biden's got your answer right here. Quit your job and learn to code. Right?
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Reply 14 - Posted by: 2assume 8/25/2020 9:47:13 AM (No. 520228)
Just have a bullet proof glass wall between you and your students. They see you, you teach. An added benefit, if they act up, you send them home for a few days and let their parents deal with them. At least you won’t have to worry about the little savage laying their hands on you.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: padiva 8/25/2020 10:07:33 AM (No. 520253)
I'll be supervising my gdaughter (1st grade) for a day in September. Yes, I will be watching her remote learning closely. I'll have a few grandma lessons too. I think reading the fine print on coins with a magnifying glass will be fun.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: edgar 8/25/2020 10:13:36 AM (No. 520258)
Remember when we asked other 'essential workers' to show up at police departments, fire stations, hospitals, grocery stores and other businesses? Now its your turn to take appropriate precautions and do your job. The students need your undivided attention and it doesn't sound like you can provide that from your home.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: LadyHen 8/25/2020 10:29:34 AM (No. 520274)
Oh boo hoo. Lots of other parents have had to struggle and find ways to make it work. You are NOT special!! Either your essential or your not, sweet cheeks. Get over yourself, pull your big girl panties on, and get to work the way. Your paid vaca is over!!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: john56 8/25/2020 10:49:49 AM (No. 520303)
My niece, who teaches music in another state, told me that in her state, if classes are moved to remote learning, they will still be expected to come to the school every day. She asked somebody why (as she lives about 20-30 miles away) and was told that "the taxpayers are going to get angry if they see the teachers getting paid for sitting at home."
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 8/25/2020 11:39:24 AM (No. 520374)
It's politics. Pure and simple.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: DARling 8/25/2020 12:02:13 PM (No. 520408)
What a whiner! She'd have been employing a childcare provider in a non-pandemic situation. Why should she have special privileges as a working parent now?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: LWGII 8/25/2020 1:07:53 PM (No. 520491)
I don't understand why they are still being paid.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: subman47 8/25/2020 3:03:18 PM (No. 520609)
"What? You want me to teach students at home from my classroom. You mean you want me to do my job and do it from where I was hired to do it? Does my union know about this? Let's take a strike vote."
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Reply 23 - Posted by: IowaMarinesDad 8/25/2020 6:02:10 PM (No. 520770)
I am really struggling. I am a paramedic. I have not missed a day of work since this started. I’m in a relationship with a nurse. Same story for her. My oldest son is a cop. He’s been working overtime because of the protests, I mean riots. My youngest son is in IT so he has worked from home. Then there is his wife. She is working on her Masters to teach. Every day I have to read something about how the teachers are carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders because they are being asked to DO THEIR JOB !! I’m struggling to not tell her what I think as I think of all the people that have been doing their jobs. The list is long but it’s not important because the teachers are unhappy. SMDH !!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: or gate 8/25/2020 9:20:49 PM (No. 520871)
Teachers can't teach with a room full of trouble makers. Hugh, teech
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