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TITLE: Wanted: Qualified Teacher
By Judy Doyle
04/09/08
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Our son is ADHD and while in grade school, I couldn't imagine the frustration teachers experienced trying to teach challenging students. This article (I think) expresses the challenges our public (private ?) school teachers face.
Requirements:

Must have a sense of humor, the "patience of Job, " the ability to encourage the most discouraged students, the ability to make learning fun and exciting but do so in such a way as to surprise the students when they realize that they have actually learned something, must have public relations experience as you will be required to please all the parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.


Excellent Benefits:

Exposure to upper respiratory infections (also known as colds,) chicken pox and other infectious diseases. Several days off during the year, example, Christmas, Easter or Spring Break, sorry, so far Bluebeard' s birthday has not been declared a state or national holiday. You will enjoy nights of grading papers and trying to decipher handwriting which could blur your vision. The most rewarding benefit will be seeing the exci temen t in the eyes of former students when they receive their diplomas.

Salary:

Somewhere between "widow's mite and not enough.
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