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Letter: To help schools, make teaching mandatory for all college grads
First Published Mar 12 2014 01:01 am • Last Updated Mar 12 2014 01:01 am

There is always talk of school teachers having classrooms so large they can’t really be effective. There is also talk of teachers’ income being too low. For these two reasons, I would dread to be a teacher. For these two reasons I also admire teachers.

Therefore I propose an idea. What if teaching was mandatory for college students? Each college student would have to teach a year in a public school in their area of interest. If they truly did not want to fulfill their year in a public school, they could pay out, but who would they pay? A teacher who wants to be there, as a professional.

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This way, class sizes could be smaller, teachers could make more money, and there would be other benefits that could arise from this wacky idea. Where is your idea?

Sean D’Amboise

Murray




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