Lies, Scandal, and Deceit...: The Truth about the Teaching Profession

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2006 - Fiction - 236 pages
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Wanted: Teaching positions available for young men and women who are (on the surface) confident and outgoing. Individuals must be capable of being molded into whatever the reporting administrator deems appropriate for his or her school. Potential applicants must have a high tolerance for parental abuse, low pay, and long hours. Out-of-the-box thinkers and non-conformers need not apply. After six years of college Tiffany Morgan is ready to make a difference and enters the world of public education. She is quickly sucked into a profession that is both corrupt and prejudiced. She learns that her confident and outgoing personality will be her downfall. Tiffany's unwillingness to succumb to the bully mentality of her bosses leads her on a continuous journey for the perfect school. Visit some of the worst schools in the nation and witness degrading, immoral, illegal and sophomoric shenanigans at every level-from administrators to school superintendents and beyond. Tiffany and her colleagues suffer daily abuse at the hand of principals and parents. Despite their constant cries for help, they have no one to turn to for support. While the war between teachers and administrators rages on, the students are caught in the middle.

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