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Rebecca Knapp Hegenauer April 02, 2013 at 02:47 AM
Teachers are highly educated professionals entrusted with nurturing the most precious people in our lives....our children. They should be respected and held in high esteem. Not blamed for these problems. If people would take the responsibility to live within their means, they would not have so much debt. Teachers work hard to prepare our children to have successful and meaningful futures. I'd say they are worth every penny and more.


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