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Lesson Plans

Re: Budgets and Time

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E.Delany (
Fri, 08 Oct 1999 21:54:30 +0000

in our school system the elementary teachers have planning time after school or
before school. Their hours are the same aas ous except theeir students get out
an hour earlier than the hgih school and Jr. High student. So their planning
time is after school and then during the special classes. It evens out .

SheSails2 wrote:

> Hi, and thanks for responding.
> On planning time--Most of my teachers report that the time they have for
> planning equals out to the time in which their students go to art, music,
> p.e. or computer class. They don't have any "free" down time, either.
> Elementary teachers are with their children almost all the time, except for a
> 30 minute duty free lunch, if they're lucky.
> I have heard that's it's a whole 'nother ballgame for middle school and high
> school teachers. Many of them have a whole hour every day..Ah well, they
> have other problems to contend with, even at that...