what districts are the best???
On 5/01/07, Ima Teacher wrote:
> That was a long time ago. Things are different now. I'm in a
> small, rural area in a "depressed" part of the state . . . even in a
> Title I school . . . and we're in a new building with LOTS of
> technology. I get planning times, duty-free lunch, and insurance.
> I live comfortably on my salary.
> Can't complain!
> On 4/29/07, Anita wrote:
>> After teaching in Kentucky for two years in the 70s, I worked
>> for the phone company before teaching again in Louisiana and
>> then Texas. I am paid so much more than my Kentucky
>> counterparts, with safe-guards for free- time lunches and
>> planning time mandated by the legislature. I work in new
>> buildings with first-rate equipment. Teach in Kentucky again?
>> NOT ON YOUR LIFE!