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Now that LAUSDeasy is launching “Breakfast in the Classroom”, parents don’t have

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to worry about serving breakfast at home.

It takes away prime instructional time to feed the students. The garbage has to then be collected. Garbage draws ants, children eating can cause a mess, and the classrooms smell from the food.

Everything falls on the back of the heavily burdened teachers who have not had a raise in seven years, continue to work with increasing class sizes and more paperwork, and under extreme pressure to continually raise tests scores.

What will LAUSDeasy have the teachers do next?

Baby sit when parents have late pickup.

Diaper changing service.

Order food delivery for students’ lunches.

Ah, to be a teacher in the 21st century is nothing like in the 20th century. School was real, every subject was taught, every day there was some fun, and test and test scores were highly insignificant.

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