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Since last Friday.
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Or do something else.
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I I can tell you I think an -- one it is have been saying he's.
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Now now not now -- the power all of I'm not going to react to Europe to this year -- Just obstacle for you lose your temper.
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I still haven't involved in the counseling session here and I'm not quite sure whatever -- and are always have to because of that that aren't that why do you think you have a role -- -- I.
We hear it at such seller that are really self important -- Doctor talked me into my -- -- -- just -- -- so a lot of teachers strike and in Chicago which one is such thousand teachers are on -- -- 350000.
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The those hello my -- He wants.
This -- to order teachers oppose his plan.
-- have propose a valuation system.
How the students drawn a standardized test will determine.
The tender and so on of the teachers basically essence.
And attention planets -- fair.
And because the kids don't do well on the tests.
So -- solution are -- Which were always tested -- we're merit based test performance based -- that are not anywhere jobs.
I -- if you don't perform well and that the outcome is how you students do that you don't get as much money and the other thing is that they.
They think there's their.
Average salaries about 76000.
Whereas whereas the average selling -- teachers more like 50000 so they get paid.
Pretty darn well and for fewer days battle have worked I don't even know but today's bad and that fewer days as well above the shorter it's Chicago it's a shorter school year -- landed kids are from.
A disadvantage home center okay off from -- Hungary.
So have school programs that feed the kids I get that but it's gotta you can't just -- strike as -- that legally they can go on strike of course they can also legally be fired.
But the point is that.
You know yes I agree that maybe if the kids are underprivileged and and not being fed -- you fix that problem it's not a necessarily the fixing it by giving them higher salaries went to the editor.
I partly agree with that it is true -- just and that's not gonna fix any problem there because.
The root of the problem it's it's a combination of things and I think it needs to be approached realistically it is if a lot of these kids are from poor families.
And you eat they're not getting proper nutrition of course then they're not gonna learn well.
So that's that's a big part that I think needs to be addressed within the hole in -- school systems around the country.
But that the teachers.
Also yet they have to be held accountable as well.
That that -- performing we should have the best teachers in this country -- well and every skull and we don't right now we know that we have those.
-- they called rubber rooms to.
Where where teachers -- -- -- their tenure and -- get paid and do nothing it's in his big rubber room reading a newspaper all they are what we're working on another job while the getting yeah.
We've got to stop doing things like that.
And and also social services social workers.
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Actually -- -- released in his presence is -- -- come up.
Because I think that builds a stronger relationship.
-- stern is futures went to choose our sexual students and so it particularly -- -- -- It was going to be a serious -- -- -- with us data needed to hear -- but that's another big problem we had a did you like you.
And Aaron on some argue fifty general -- -- -- -- students who's gonna go into what somebody's gonna pay attention let's just gonna get better grades all right now.
A correlation they're crazy amount -- -- -- Network -- just throw the buck.
That's that's why did -- -- -- -- -- I guess that's exactly what I you know CNN should of that habit and don't.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- dinner last night and I said Rahm Emanuel is a marriage cardinal.
We'll start to push -- nose and and is a -- you know analyze -- what's the but it looks like becoming -- group.
What senator to restrain -- -- Nasty aren't doing that.
That's that's I think yeah do you think there's a whole different kind of person that you.
I think that's a whole different kind of person that I know what -- back calculated on callously list like it's the Imus and Carly.
Wrong you really are losing yeah.
Maybe we angles if you want me just ask newspaper isn't in my house honey let me go get someone I've heard me dream no problem solved.
Well just ask me.
-- and we'll look like that you depend two -- anything.
What it is I don't know what she's thinking about Obama they need to show keeping -- and what she's thinking.
-- you -- Kleenex right there yes yeah.
He's criminal act everybody's Orleans are hot now I don't have broad general doubling that mr.
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