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Bootylicious Teachers & Their Flip-Flops

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Twenty-something teachers are pissing off the medium-to-older set (of teachers) by wearing flip-flops and giving kids extra credit for spelling words like "bootylicious," according to this post from AFT John based on a Teacher Magazine posting (here). It's an all-out generational war, I tell you.

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I retired a couple of years ago, but I usually appreciated the perspectives of the younger teachers and enjoyed most of the music of my sixth grade students. Getting older doesn't necessarily mean getting cranky and opinionated.:)

that's good to hear, betty -- and i'm sure you're not the only one. maybe the younger teachers only THINK that they're getting disapproving glances sometimes.

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