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    I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had

    A very interesting insight into the life of a teacher and the state of education. Many of the observations about the American education system apply here in Canada as well, for both teachers and students. Students face daily challenges that I never knew at that age. Teachers have more work and higher expectations placed on them on a regular basis. Money for essentials like texts and supplies have or are drying up. Maintenance of the physical plants, the bricks and mortar, is lacking because of chronic underfunding. The pressure to perform on standardised tests is incredible, and does not seem to really improve student success.

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