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Wisc., Mich. And Other Teachers Hold ‘Grade-Ins’ At Malls To Demonstrate Workload

Amid nationwide criticism of their profession, teachers are staging “grade-ins” at local malls to demonstrate what educators do in their time off. Teachers in Oklahoma gathered at mall food court tables last week to plan lessons, grade essay…

Amid nationwide criticism of their profession, teachers are staging “grade-ins” at local malls to demonstrate what educators do in their time off.

Teachers in Oklahoma gathered at mall food court tables last week to plan lessons, grade essays and correct tests, according to the Daily O’Collegian, the Oklahoma State University newspaper. Participating teachers said the idea was to illustrate the amount of work educators take home.

English teacher Paula Denner tells the Daily O’Collegian she got flack from her attorney friend, who said all professions work abnormal hours.

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