No child left behind? (BLW Contributor)

MJ

desk.jpgWorking as an educator for more than twenty years has opened my eyes to the nitty-gritty, where you live life of teachers and students. I entered the field later in my life than most teachers, becoming a grandmother just a month before graduating college and starting menopause about the same time. I had always been involved with young people in various ways, such as teaching them in a church setting and acting as counselor in youth camps. So I do enjoy working with youth.

I truly enjoy teaching the students. I enjoy preparing the lessons and finding resources to add to and improve my lessons. I enjoy working with other teachers and the administration, whom I admire and respect. I am thankful for the freedom students in the U.S. enjoy to attain a free education to prepare them for life. In the school setting, children can acquire knowledge to help…

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