Everyone who is not a teacher has it all wrong.
Step Behind the Desk: 4 Delusions about Teaching
Matthew R. Morris

The overgeneralizations throughout this piece…are distracting and disturbing. Was it all those years of teaching my kids about logical fallacies? Is it that my experience is limited to public schools? Inspired by the rare few, maybe it is that I became a teacher only because I knew I could do a helluva lot better than most of the my teachers from my youth?

After many years of teaching, I must say, your flawed reasoning based upon your few years of teaching pushed me over the edge after the first read of this piece.

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