Teachers probably contribute the most to society yet are treated/compensated terribly. How do you think this will affect future generations?

Teachers probably contribute the most to society yet are treated/compensated terribly. How do you think this will affect future generations?

What do you think?

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  1. Teachers are leaving the profession in droves and schools are resorting to hiring people who are not qualified to teach. I believe this is going to result in a big decline in the quality of our education.

  2. FUTURE generations? It’s already affected the current generations. Teachers stop caring, nobody goes into the profession which creates a terrible schooling system and furthers the awful public school systems we have in the United States. Then we create stupid people who vote stupider people into office and run the country into the ground. Looks to me like it’s playing out that way at least

  3. I think home schooling is going to become more popular. I also think that multi-generation homes are going to grow in popularity. Look how many young people are still at home with their parents.

  4. Like many professions, the good ones often get promoted into jobs where they need different skills, and are no longer available for the core task they’re actually trained at.

  5. It’s already affecting the present. People are stupid enough to vote for charlatans that have nothing in common with them to stick it to the other side

  6. Make teaching more competitive so the good teachers get paid more and the bad ones get fired. Some teachers are fantastic while others are god awful but hard to reward or punish them.

  7. I’m really confused on how people come to this conclusion. The majority of teachers follow a set syllabus while doing nothing they don’t absolutely have to do, other than find new ways to stare at your tits.

    Are not most teachers completely forgettable with absolutely no lasting impact? Why do we pretend they are special or doing some kind of public service?

    High school doesn’t matter and college is an obstacle to a real job, these teachers aren’t special nor are they usually good willed like everyone makes out – especially college professors who delight in power plays. Teachers aren’t special

  8. This isn’t a néw phenomenon. It has been the case at least back to the 1940s. (I have no sources prior to then but I bet it’s longer). So essentially what I’m saying is look at every generation beginning with Boomers and there is your answer.

  9. Good teachers contribute partially to society. Let’s be honest, many teachers are mailing it in and are less than expert in the subjects they teach.

    As an aside, PARENTS contribute the most to society and it’s not even a debate. .

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