Last year before school ended, three teachers said they would be leaving for different reasons. One said they were thinking about it, another said they lived too far away and just couldn’t make the commute anymore, and the other said he got a job at a private school closer to his home.
Before the beginning of this school year, I got the rundown that 75% of the teachers and other staff also left after them. That meant I basically had all new teachers. I had one English teacher, but there was another one I had only heard about throughout the year.
Now, I’ve learned she’s teaching an AP class I am really interested in taking. Every encounter I’ve had with her is positive, so I’ve decided to keep it that way. I will use love, positive thinking, and good thoughts about her to get through the year with this “tough teacher.” Do you think it will work?
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