By Anne Silva
When I first started teaching, my amazing principal took me under her wing and named herself my unofficial mentor. The first year, she said, was like drinking from the fire hose. And man, was it ever. I was “only” 80% of full-time, making $16,000 a year, and yet I still had 8 different preps, 10 different classes, and I was making up my curriculum from scratch, because the teacher before me hadn’t even finished out the year before, much less left any notes or material to work with.
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