Unless you are prepared to really think, for at least one minute, about the picture you will draw in your mind after reading the very next paragraph, then please stop reading now.
Can you imagine having to instruct 25 - 45 "UN-DISCIPLINED" kids every day for one hour? Imagine doing this with different groups of 25 - 45 "UN-DISCIPLINED" kids each hour for six additional hours. In other words, spending 7 hours per day with 7 different groups of 25 - 45 "UN-DISCIPLINED" kids. That is 175 - 315 "UN-DISCIPLINED" kids a day. Please, can you draw a picture in your mind now?
Wouldn't you want to contact your union and demand a strike for a higher salary?
Of course you would, but why? What word appears to be stand out in this discussion so far? So why are our teachers striking for more pay and risking alienation of the average tax-payer? They should force, demand immediately, their unions to require more "DISCIPLINE" in the classroom environments. By striking for more "DISCIPLINE," widespread support is generated from all teachers, administrators, parents, guardians, students, even non-union workers. "DISCIPLINE" is what is missing in so many of our schools in The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. If the student receives disciplined structure everyday, might that have a positive societal impact? Who would argue with that?
Teachers love their students and students love their teachers. Think about your favorite teacher. With more "DISCIPLINE" in the classroom, our teachers can teach. They can teach with a lot less stress. They can fall back in love with teaching. Because their job will become easier, they will feel they are properly compensated.
STRIKING FOR MORE CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE IS A VERY BALANCED AND A VERY BASIC FIRST STEP APPROACH FOR IMPROVING THE AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM!
Say it ain't so!!