The Myth of Having Summers Off | Edutopia

28 Jun

The Myth of Having Summers Off | Edutopia

by HEATHER WOLPERT-GAWRON

The article found by clicking the link above describes a “summer off” for most teachers.  Few know of the work that goes into the preparation and planning for a new school year.

The daily pace certainly slows down, but the work is always there!

Enjoy!

2 Responses to “The Myth of Having Summers Off | Edutopia”

  1. Karen L. June 28, 2012 at 7:39 pm #

    Thanks, Drew…shared on my FB page, as follows:

    “Now that school is “out” (for students), teachers have to endure the annual ritual of hearing about how lucky we are to have “the summer off”.
    As if.
    Read this article and educate yourself!
    http://www.edutopia.org/summers-off-myth

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