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What I Learned at School

Date: March 30, 2011
Author: Marie Myung-Ok Lee
QUOTE: THE tumult over state budgets and collective bargaining rights for public employees has spilled over into resentment toward public school teachers, who are increasingly derided as “glorified baby sitters” whose pay exceeds the value of the work they do.

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