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    30 Wholesome Teachers Who Deserve One Heck Of A Raise, And 30 Toxic Teachers Who Should Probably Be Fired Immediately

    To the teacher who refused to give their students homework: You're the real MVP.

    Warning: This post contains topics of verbal abuse. Please proceed with caution.

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    The note reads: "Dear Parents,

    After much research this summer, I am trying something new. Homework will only consist of work that your student did not finish during the school day. There will be no formally assigned homework this year. 

    Research has been unable to prove that homework improves student performance. Rather, I ask that you spend your evenings doing things that are proven to correlate with student success. Eat dinner as a family, read together, play outside, and get your child to bed early.

    Thanks,

    Mrs. Brandy Young"

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    Professor asking students to pay for copies of her own book

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    The note reads: "I know what it's like to live on a tight budget. I know this isn't much. But please use it toward your lunch money."

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    The letter reads: "When you shared that your favorite animal was a dog, I decided to search for the cutest and softest one I could find. Once I found her, I had to do a little research on the breed, because I happened to pick an akita, which I know nothing about! Akitas are known for being profoundly loyal and affectionate towards their family. In fact, they are the symbol of loyalty in Japan. They are also alert, courageous, and intelligent. When I learned of their extremely loyalty to their family, I couldn't help but think about the loyalty you've demonstrated towards your own family. I know you've had a tough summer and fall semester, going back and forth from home to school, grieving quietly, yet being with your family as much as possible. You have demonstrated great courage as you watch your mom face a difficult diagnosis — including unpleasant treatments, side effects, and physical changes in her that you probably never dreamed you'd have to watch and live through. Amidst all of this, you've been present for your family and done well in your studies. You should be very proud, I admire you!

    Faithful is a gift for you. I hope that she reminds you of the courage, love, and loyalty to your family that both you and your mom share for one another. Faithful can sit on your floor, or be on a shelf, but let her bring to your remembrance how important family is — the love and trust that comes with having a close family. It is where memories are built, and those memories are great treasures."

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    A teacher writing a note on a student's assignment that reads: "Put last name or get a 0"

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    Teacher telling a student she's "feeling pretty lazy" and won't allow her student to retake a test

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    @UofMaryland I simply asked my prof for a few days extension on a project because MY DAD died as a result of covid19 and THIS is the response I get. DO. BETTER. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

    Twitter: @saigedara

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    What's been your most wholesome or horrific experience with a teacher? Share with us in the comments below!