Thirty Years of Teaching

A teacher of thirty years shares her journey through the teaching profession. Schools have moved away from a one-size-fits-all model. Today instruction is differentiated to meet each child’s unique interests and needs. This shift requires a lot more work, planning time, and professional development, yet no extra time has been provided in the work day. Work-life balance is no longer attainable. Self-care has become a necessity for teachers and students.

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