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With Appologies...

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Bob Beeching (robprod)
Mon, 26 Jul 1999 19:14:36 -0700


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Sandra wrote:

"I find this comment really offensive. I must admit since you behave
as though this were your private soap box I generally delete the
thesis size posts but I guess I must have missed something here?"

Bob replies: (?) Don't know which to address?

Hi Sandra,

I must apologize if I have offend anyone on this site. I work with =
teachers at all grade levels,
and appreciate what they have to contend with each school day. No one =
deserves a "frontline medal" more than the classroom teacher. I am one =
of you. Perhaps, my remarks are too curt. But my interests lie, =
primarily, with classroom teachers who continually weather the storms of =
cut backs on realia and art supplies.

My motives are sincere. I do enjoy reading all the trials and =
tribulations on the artsEdnet site. They are all so familiar to me. I =
don't think I have "all the answers" but I think I have something to =
contribute. If I sound haughty, please believe me that this is not what =
I intended. I will watch my choice of words in the future. An aside. I =
posted a few essays because many teachers have neither the time nor the =
energy to fight the buearucracies.I wanted to give them something to =
present to parents and administrators.

Thank you for your honest appraisal,

Cordially,

Bob
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Sandra wrote:

"I find this comment really offensive. I must = admit since=20 you behave
as though this were your private soap box I generally = delete=20 the
thesis size posts but I guess I must have missed something=20 here?"
Bob replies: (?) Don't know which to = address?
 
Hi Sandra,
 
    I must apologize if I have offend = anyone on=20 this site. I work with teachers at all grade levels,
and appreciate what they have to contend with each = school day.=20 No one deserves a "frontline medal" more than the classroom teacher. I = am one of=20 you. Perhaps, my remarks are too curt. But my interests  lie,=20 primarily, with classroom teachers who continually weather the storms of = cut=20 backs on realia and art supplies.
 
     My motives are = sincere. I do=20 enjoy reading all the trials and tribulations on the artsEdnet = site. They=20 are all so familiar to me. I don't think I have "all the answers" but I = think I=20 have something to contribute. If I sound haughty, please believe me that = this is=20 not what I intended. I will watch my choice of words in the=20 future. An aside. I posted a few essays because many teachers have = neither the=20 time nor the energy to fight the buearucracies.I wanted to give = them=20 something to present to parents and administrators.
 
Thank you for your honest appraisal,
 
Cordially,
 
Bob
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