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Terrible, Thanks For Asking

The Teachers Are Not Alright

Terrible, Thanks For Asking
Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Like many teachers, when Kristen started her career at 22, she was hopeful and excited. She loved working with students with special needs, and loved learning how their brains worked. But over the years, the job became harder and harder because of the lack of support she received. Eventually, all of the small moments of feeling left out to dry led to a falling out with the career she loved.

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