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Old 03-18-2015, 01:31 PM
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Just wanting some input on the best schools in the area for teachers, not necessarily students. I live in Alamo Heights so I will be looking at jobs at the local public districts but would like to know more about private schools in the area, from teacher's perspectives. I don't have any certain criteria in mind that I am judging different schools, just putting a feeler out there to see what personal experience in local schools has been. (I'm a Middle School English teacher). Thanks!
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Old 03-18-2015, 04:19 PM
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Just wanted to say thank you for choosing your career!!
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Old 03-21-2015, 01:14 AM
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People may not like that I say this but I can see why you may be choosey, or perhaps researching your options.. My kids have always went to small schools, charter and private, but recently due to some situations my daughter has started at a middle school in NEISD, don't wanna say name, but I can say I was in shock when I saw the attitude of some students towards teachers. The stuff that came out of their mouth in front of many, myself included, adults. I thought this student was having a fight with other student but no was fighting with a teacher! I seriously could not believe what I was seeing and all I could think was "How do these teachers do this?".
Since going there a month now my daughter said a lot of students are very mouthy to teachers cussing at them. In previous schools there was NoO WAY possible kids got away with this. They were not allowed to talk back to teachers, and the few who braved it got disciplined accordingly. I mean I have dealt with some sour teachers as well as amazing ones, but regardless kids need to respect their teachers, period!
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