Teachers asking for too much

It must be nice to have a job where one can constantly expect adoration, respect and praise.

It must be nice to have a job where one can constantly expect adoration, respect and praise.

If only the rest of us could have that. Tough hours? I am there. No holiday pay.  Oh yeah, you get that. No extended health care. Nope, you get that too.

It must be rough though when you have no retirement package? You have that too?  Maybe I should switch jobs.

One letter writer made an interesting comment. There is no money in the budget, but “teachers and educators have the right and entitlement to receive and give a quality education.”

Another term for entitlement is privilege, which is “the rights and advantages enjoyed by a relatively small group of people.”

I would suggest that this privilege comes from being in a large union.  Ask yourselves, if there is no money in the budget, who will lose, so that you can gain?

Todd Stewart

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