They don't even work 9 months a year. I added up all the days the kids were actually in school, and it averaged 6 months.
They only work HALF of what those who are paying them have to work.
So, because teachers only work half a year, they should only be paid half their wages. That's all the taxpayers would get if they only worked half a year.
Why not keep things fair, just as they ask? Cut their pseudo-welfare checks in half.
“They don’t even work 9 months a year. I added up all the days the kids were actually in school, and it averaged 6 months.”
Here in NJ we have 180 days of school (about 6.5 hours, less one for lunch); I expect that to be bumped up a few days because there is something stinging about saying “work less than half the year”. The public education industry has transformed a part-time second income into a lucrative racket here.