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Freddie Miller Research Paper 4/4/2007 Providing a Sufficient Salary for Our Teachers Freddie Miller Research Paper 4/4/07
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Freddie Miller Research Paper 4/4/2007 Education is arguably the most important component in society to date. Without an education, one is considered underachieved, possibly unsuccessful, but most times, unproductive. To gain an education, many factors are required; some examples include motivation, dedication, hard work, and a willingness to learn. However, it is evident that teachers are the foremost important component in gaining an education. Teachers provide every necessity in order for students to learn. They even dedicate their lives and careers to people of whom they do not know in order to pass on the extraordinary gift of education. Despite their kind hearted dedication to other people, they are shamefully disrespected. They are disrespected by the same people who have long left their classrooms exploiting the basic essentials of education, all too often ignorantly neglecting to show any appreciation, return any favors, or offer any rewards. This is precisely the same disrespect shown by the government and throughout numerous societies in the United States of America. Based on the amount of work and dedication that teachers contribute to improving the well being of others, it is a colossal mistake that they do not get compensated as deserved. At present, every teacher in the United States of America is required to have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (All Education Schools 1). Gaining this degree demands an enormous amount of commitment, hard work and perseverance. These characteristics exhibit an unprecedented superiority over those who do not have or are yet to obtain a bachelor’s degree through a college education. A college education also is what causes teachers to be more rounded. It shapes their communication skills, expands their knowledge base, teaches them to be methodical and organized, and exposes them to a whole new world of learning. Not to mention, it teaches
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Freddie Miller Research Paper 4/4/2007 them how to teach. Can this be said about somebody who refuses to go to college or fails at obtaining a college degree? Then how can it be true that jobs such as retail store managers and elevator technicians are averaging higher national salaries than teachers (CNN 2)? Even truck drivers are averaging a national salary many thousands of dollars higher than what teachers are rewarded upon entering the profession (CNN 3). A college
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This essay was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENGL 1102 taught by Professor Abbott during the Fall '07 term at Georgia Perimeter.

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