You Have to Do What’s Best For Yourself

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Two of my co-workers are quitting teaching this week. I’m sad to see them go and I certainly know the effect it will have on the school. But I’m happy for them. For one, I know they’ll be a lot less stressed out on a daily basis.

For two, I know teaching takes up so much of your life. I love it and it forms a big part of who I am…

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Believer, Baltimore City special ed teacher, and 2:39 marathon runner. Diehard fan of “The Wire.” Support me by becoming a Medium member: https://bit.ly/39Cybb8

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Believer, Baltimore City special ed teacher, and 2:39 marathon runner. Diehard fan of “The Wire.” Support me by becoming a Medium member: https://bit.ly/39Cybb8

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