Harden up. In the real world, where companies and their workers are measured by productivity, these things happen all the time and are a normal part of a person’s working life. I’m sure the teachers will find other students to indoctrinate. Unfortunately.

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4 Responses to FFS!

  1. Darin says:

    I get the impression from reading the article and the comments that the real story here is that there are more school desks than there are children to fill them.If that’s the case could it be that young families,you know the ones with school aged kids are in short supply like,oh I dunno maybe because less of them are having kids or they are fleeing the country looking for better opportunities elsewhere.Could just be me thoughhttp://falfn.com/CrusaderRabbit/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_mail.gif

  2. Cadwallader says:

    Teachers claim they each form art of a profession. The hallmarks of a profession include independence. NZ teachers are card-carrying union totes with minds saturated in collectivism and envy. The voices of teachers are tainted with unionized dribbling and gripes. The duplicitous comments of school principals in CHCH over the necessity of closing some schools is self-interested filth.

    PS It seems the She-Beast is still hiring in NY.