Vic Ramsey: ‘Anybody can teach’ message is what angers teachers

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School is out, and it’s hard to tell who’s more relieved, students or teachers. The school year just ended has been the most contentious in memory. Teachers are angry.

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I've never heard of such a thing as an easy job.

Why do teachers think everyone thinks their jobs are easy?

It takes a strong educated person to teach

Thank you Mr. Ramsey for making it clear that teaching is not an easy job. We teach for the love of children and to have an impact on the future. We work hard every day in our classrooms. Thank you for telling it like it really is! Tina Lunt

Thank You Mr. Ramsey!

Thank you, Mr. Ramsey, for an excellent column. I concur with you wholeheartedly. I appreciate you.


Thank you, Mr. Ramsey, for an excellent letter. A second very sad and disturbing message is "our kids don't really matter that much, especially the ones who can't afford to go to private schools or who live in poor, rural districts." Our legislators should be ashamed!

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Thank you Mr. Ramsey. Donna Steigelman

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