Now comes Teachers Have It Easy , a book that, I'm pleased to say, is full of truth. In a lively, well-organized format, authors Daniel Moulthrop, Nínive Clements Calegari and Dave Eggers have provided one of the most accurate descriptions of the world of teaching I have read in a long time. The book will remind teachers who threw in the towel years ago of the outrageous expectations set for them by a dysfunctional system. Stubborn teachers who continue to hang in there will laugh and cry at themselves as they recognize the often insane things we do. Most important, the book does a fine job of dispelling certain myths that all too many believe about teaching.
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