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Hello;

I need some advice and no spam or negative comments. I have made a terrible mistake with the school where I am working. I would like to continue to look for another job while teaching, but am unsure at how teacher contracts work and weather another school would even look at my application knowing that I am under contract with another district.

Please advise and, respectfully, no lectures. I know how this must sound - just please help me.

Thank you, Ctracy
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  • 678 I teach at a ghetto school and it is tough, but the pay is good and the work day is 8:00 to 2:30. A student must miss more than 20 days to get a F in my class. “D” is my favorite grade. I honestly don't give a sh*t about my negro stude...See More
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  • delehla I am SO glad that I am not a teacher in Colorado. Some of you are the most unsupportive, negative, even hateful people I've encountered. If teaching has made you that bitter--GET OUT NOW and do mankind a big favor. Geez! On 8/26/10, Anon1 w...See More
    Nov 7, 2010 report post
  • Anon1 You are pathetic. Your posts are full of lies and vile. Seek mental help. You need it. On 8/26/10, The real Terry wrote: > Ok, even though I said I would not post or read the > posts again, here I am. > Unfortunately, because I put my e...See More
    Aug 26, 2010 report post
  • The real Terry Ok, even though I said I would not post or read the posts again, here I am. Unfortunately, because I put my email on the first post this string is haunting me. I have not been writing as "Terry" for a while, someone is impersonating m...See More
    Aug 26, 2010 report post
  • Anon1 You know, it seems like everyone has tried to be nice, given you advice, etc. Our part in this is to be helpful, not to be responsible for running your life. Life is full of nuances and all kinds of situations, nothing is black and white. So, no ...See More
    Aug 26, 2010 report post
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