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Georgia teachers running on empty, according to new report



by Rebecca Grapevine | Jun 17, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – Georgia teachers are struggling to cope with the impacts of the pandemic on education to the point that many are likely to leave teaching, according to a new report from the Georgia Depar...

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  1. All of this was true even before the pandemic. Public schools are so consumed with social issues that teaching is pretty much an afterthought. How this institution evolved into a parenting role, doing everything including feeding kids 24/7, is sad. The bloated bureaucracy doesn’t help either.

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