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Why March Is The Worst Month For Teachers

With March comes testing season

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“Beware the ides of March” — William Shakespeare.

Early in my teaching career, my boss told me to beware of March. March was the worst and longest month of the year. It felt the slowest since it dragged on, and since there usually aren’t any breaks for the continuous days of school you’re subject to.

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