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Pandemic burnout causing teachers
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Posted By: NorthernDog, 6/6/2021 9:44:49 AM

For many teachers across the country, the stress of managing their own health concerns during the pandemic, juggling classroom and online education and trying to maintain a connection with students has brought them to a breaking point. A January survey by RAND Corporation found that because of pandemic-related anxieties, one-quarter of U.S. teachers plan to leave the profession by the end of the year. “One of the most consistent narratives you’ve probably heard over the past year is [that] teachers who are stuck in these hybrid situations feel like they’re doing justice neither to the students who are in the


In the meantime millions of essential workers trudged off to work without a single day off for the pandemic. Grocery store workers, doctors, nurses, police, fire, utility workers, factory workers, many office workers, and truckers never whined about the 'trauma' of dealing with the lockdowns.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: mifla 6/6/2021 9:53:23 AM (No. 807342)
Every Dem voter believes they are a victim.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Laotzu 6/6/2021 9:55:45 AM (No. 807347)
Or maybe teachers, who are mostly women, discovered they actually like to stay home with their kids.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Jobe 6/6/2021 9:59:18 AM (No. 807353)
Aside from difficulties posed by education bureaucrats (we've got them in every state, folks. Sometimes they are called administrators, and unfortunately these, for the most part, are people who cannot do our jobs, but have been empowered to TELL US HOW TO DO THEM. Go ahead, tell the world that you can replace master teachers with computers, then, do so and watch the student bodies play video games. All I can say is I was lucky to get out when I did (50 years in "education" and I categorically refuse to refer to myself as an "educator". I wonder what our schools would look like if Socrates had possessed a computer.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Califedup 6/6/2021 10:02:28 AM (No. 807358)
Humanities Teacher! What exactly does he teach? You have to listen to what this lily livered, wimp has to say about teaching. Alarming! If this commie death democrat is one of the teachers who are leaving then the education system will be far better off. This clown should never have been allowed inside a classroom to begin with. Everything wrong with the current Brainwashing system poisoning our children's minds is on display with this I am such a victim moron.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: dst4life 6/6/2021 10:08:59 AM (No. 807363)
Leftist "woke" teachers are easily traumatized. Remember, they were the ones who, when they were in college, agitated for "safe spaces." Can anyone imagine these easily traumatized individuals joining the military? They wouldn't survive basic training. Oh, wait a minute. Yes, they would. General Austin is, no doubt, creating "safe spaces" where "woke" soldiers can run and hide when they FEEL offended by the drill instructors.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 6/6/2021 10:12:51 AM (No. 807368)
Closing the government schools entirely would be a huge benefit for the country.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: chance_232 6/6/2021 10:28:11 AM (No. 807391)
RE OP. Amen! I didn't miss a single day of work throughout this mess, and I was in front of many many customers in many locations. While the media lauds the "first responders", not one word of thanks or appreciation for the people that kept the shelves stocked, the gas, water, sewage and electricity flowing.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: xdemo 6/6/2021 10:34:25 AM (No. 807400)
Boo-****ing-Hoo-Hoo-Hoo. What a bunch of whiny, weak, self-important snots. They need to all be fired.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: JHHolliday 6/6/2021 10:41:35 AM (No. 807404)
If the pandemic has done one thing it's made a lot of people wake to the fact that our government schools are lousy. In too many areas (big cities) they are little more than a baby-sitting institution along with a propaganda outlet for stupid left-wing ideas. Parents are now experimenting with home-schooling, pod classes, etc. and that's a good thing. I will make the obligatory statement that many teachers are dedicated. I had some great ones growing up and so did my now-grown kids but we live in a small Georgia city with good leadership. I can't imagine trying to raise children in an urban environment like Chicago or others like it.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: PChristopher 6/6/2021 10:45:25 AM (No. 807409)
Don't go back, don't get paid
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Reply 11 - Posted by: RussZilla 6/6/2021 10:48:39 AM (No. 807417)
I retired from teaching after more than 30 years in an inner city school. During the last ten years, the school system -- state mandated -- added about ten hours to our workload, and with measly two percent raises. So much for union help. And not to forget, mandated state/national testing, which was a real drag on student and teacher morale. Summer's off? I made use of my "vacation" to work my other two jobs. From what I've seen, 80% of the teachers enter the profession. They are talented people, and really do make lives better for their students everywhere. The social justice stuff took away values and knowledge from the curriculum. Thank you colleges, politics and unions (strike two) for destroying the best education system in the world. I did what I did for the kids and for the real creativity in working closely with other kids who were very different from me. So, before you blame teachers for the mess we are in, please realize that we citizen teachers enter our careers for all the right reasons, and all the right intentions. I fault the system, and the administrators for the completely fraudulent system of our public schools today.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Rand Al'Thor 6/6/2021 11:14:02 AM (No. 807449)
FTA: " of U.S. teachers plan to leave the profession by the end of the year." Its a good start.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: MDConservative 6/6/2021 11:31:31 AM (No. 807474)
I self-bag my groceries. Does that qualify me as a hero? Having a number of “heal are professionals” in family and aquatintanceship, I heard lots of complaining, but not about the OT money. None of these were storming any beaches.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Daisymay 6/6/2021 11:35:16 AM (No. 807482)
Good! That leaves room for Thousands of College Grads who want to go into Teaching! Give the Jobs to those who actually are willing to WORK for their Teaching Salary! Good Riddance to those who just stayed home all year, collecting their Pay for doing nothing and whining about how " afraid" they are to go back in the Fall. The deal should be, Be Prepared to come back in the Fall for "Teacher Re-Training Week, or don't come back at all! We will be open for all students to be in the classroom and we need Teachers there, FULL TIME, as well. Don't like it! Quit! You can't drag it out for another year! You're going to be replaced! THAT'S what they need to hear! Enough!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: moebellini3 6/6/2021 11:54:39 AM (No. 807494)
Lol, you just can't make this sh** up. Like they are the only ones who suffered through this pandemic. They are the only ones who had a stressful time of it. Ok, its 25%, but the other 75% were on vacation for 2 freakin years while in other professions there was no vacation. Simply amazing...
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Reply 16 - Posted by: bad-hair 6/6/2021 12:09:57 PM (No. 807512)
Memo to all the snowflake teachers who are quitting by the end of the year. I hear that Minneapolis and Portland Police Departments are hiring.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Bur Oak 6/6/2021 12:33:06 PM (No. 807541)
It's simple - tell them to return or be fired.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: cold porridge 6/6/2021 12:50:37 PM (No. 807557)
I suspect that many teachers of today would rather spend their time rioting and looting with Antifa. I can't remember how many articles I've seen in the last year that noted teachers in the mix. It was not just a few.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: stablemoney 6/6/2021 12:56:52 PM (No. 807567)
I think we need to let these teachers go. They did not work when they came to work, and now that they are getting paid to stay home, I don't think they will ever return. And if they do return, the quality of work is apt to be very poor. Most of their time is spent on meetings about increasing their pay, and their personal grievances.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Californian 6/6/2021 1:06:30 PM (No. 807580)
25%? Anxiety? Suffering? This article made me laugh. None of these people are going to give up their cushy unionized full time pay for part time work jobs who wasn't already planning to retire anyway. Not one. The real working world is do much harder than they have it and not one of them has the skills or background to get a better job or they'd already be doing it. My kid is in fake virtual Zoom school for 4 half days and a day where they only check in to first period and then are released for the purpose of the school getting 5 days of my taxes. She is literally in fake Zoom school for less than half the hours she was before all this faked up nonsense about Covid wiping out the human population like the Black Plague. Do the teachers take a 60% pay cut for working 60% fewer hours? You bet they don't! Pay little snow flakes aren't going anywhere. It's just a fantasy. When 25% fail to report this Fall lemme know. I'll be there to help push the other 75% out the door.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Ditto1958 6/6/2021 1:11:58 PM (No. 807587)
I can't think of any other vocation where so many are allergic to work
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Reply 22 - Posted by: anniebc 6/6/2021 1:25:51 PM (No. 807599)
What burnout? They may have worked harder than they normally work, but teachers haven't worked harder than any of the rest of us who worked through the scamdemic. Give me a freakin break.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: MickTurn 6/6/2021 1:40:02 PM (No. 807611)
Pandemic burnout my ARSE! Get back to work you Lazy Bums or you'll be FIRED!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Melanie 6/6/2021 2:19:10 PM (No. 807641)
Cull the herd.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: smcchk 6/6/2021 2:54:28 PM (No. 807670)
My daughter was a 2nd tier essential worker so her kids returned to daycare in early June ‘20. NO ONE lauds the daycare workers who worked throughout the pandemic with all those supposed COVID carriers little kids. Bless them!
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Reply 26 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 6/7/2021 7:08:25 AM (No. 808111)
Oh boo boo! Work 9 months out of the year with awesome benefits and retirement? Give me a break! Go do something else with your CRT major and Gender Studies minor!
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Reply 27 - Posted by: WFO 6/7/2021 1:19:45 PM (No. 808514)
My wife is a teacher with her masters from SMU. She is DONE with teaching. She refuses to be forced to wear a mask. They lost out on one H=LL of a teacher!
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