Teachers have been fighting these battles for decades now. One is conquered and another takes its place. One battle after another over and over again
The other side is winning the war. As the teachers grow older and more tired, younger teachers come in to take their place, the younger teachers who
went through the broken educational system that is trying to overtake true education. They've been conditioned over time while "reforms" were
brought in for that purpose, they're easier to control, they're easier to manipulate, they haven't fought any battles yet.
The "teachers of old" are dwindling in numbers, reaching retirement age or passing away and with them, the chances for winning the war dwindles. It
was discovered that it only takes time to overcome the teachers, just time to let them "die off" and replace them with younger ones who were
conditioned through the reforms and the changed college curriculum to never question the authority of the administrators, to follow whatever rules are
given to them.
The war is almost over and it may well be lost
The only way to prevent this is for teachers and parents to come together and come together NOW! Of course over time, that connection has been slowly
broken. The parents have been "trained" to blame everything on the teachers, the teachers are the faces of the schools and when the parents become
angry, "it's the teacher's fault" instead of putting the blame where it really lies.
I call on all parents, everywhere to stop being controlled, to stop blaming the teachers, to go in, sit down and actually TALK to the teachers and
realize they are on the same side, the side of the children. The only way to win this war is for teachers and parents to come together and take the
stand against the systems and the administrators who have slowly hacked away to get it to the point it is.
Back when education was successful, the teachers knew all the parents, the parents supported the teachers, they communicated on a daily basis and knew
they had each others back. Not anymore, they are plotted against one another and played like a game of chess. Stop allowing it, stop letting it
The teachers unions aren't what they once were either, at one time they protected the teachers and the parents and the students, now they're just
another bureaucracy that has been taken over in this war.
It's coming to a close, will it be won or will it be lost? What part will you play in it?