This article by Peggy Wuenstel of Marquette University certainly expresses my feelings
By Peggy Wuenstel — I have been spending many angst filled evenings over the last two years, trying to get a sense of when things went off the rails.
I have been in this business for 30 years. There are some things that I knew back at the beginning that are still true today. Teaching is hard work. Educating children is a team sport. You will never get rich working in public education if your bank account is the measure of your success. The days will be long and the summers will be short. The intangibles will always trump the measurable in making you feel like you earn your paycheck, and even though it’s not all about the kids, it is certainly mostly about the kids.
Some things have changed radically, at least here in Wisconsin.
Showing up every day, doing the best you can, keeping your skills current, and…
View original post 819 more words