cruiser wrote:BTW - the vast majority of regular people forget that the yearly salaries of public school teachers are for ten months not a full year plus with Xmas/Easter vacations/MANY holidays,etc; teachers get another 5-6 weeks off during the school year...
Omar Bongo wrote:...a teacher's salary is for all the work they perform throughout the school year, not just the time they're physically "at work". I have never known a teacher who didn't work at home, on weekends and through holiday periods.
MDDad wrote:That's a common defense, Omar, but the same is true of almost every salaried professional I've ever known. Almost all of them worked late into the evenings or at home, and often on weekends and holidays.
cruiser wrote:BTW - the vast majority of regular people forget that the yearly salaries of public school teachers
are for ten months not a full year...
Fordama wrote:We don't pay for mortgages, food, gas, etc the other two months?
Yeah, being a teacher is so very lucrative. That's why we have such a vast surplus of teachers these days! It's a path to great riches!
And teaching in Los Angeles..why we're all banging down the doors for those jobs!
cruiser wrote:Again, no one is saying that the LAUSD teachers don't deserve what they are demanding, just be
real about it, if the LAUSD budget is already in deficit mode, then that is something everyone
should consider in the overall scheme of things - nothing more or less.
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