Over Worked & Under Paid Molly Engstrom

Teachers are leaving North Carolina to teach in higher paying states; therefore, there is a high demand for educators. Teachers are leaving faster than the positions can be filled.

Teachers are being forced to work part time jobs along with their teaching positions. This causes teachers be exhausted and unmotivated.
With the extra work at part time jobs, teachers effectiveness in the classroom can decrease. Causing students to find it harder to learn.
Having financial burdens can cause a teacher to stop focusing on how to improve his/her classroom . Instead, their main focus is trying to pay their bills. This causes the education field to become an undesirable career.
Working a minimum of eight hours a day can make finding a job that works with a teacher's schedule difficult. This causes teachers to take on jobs that still do not pay well and are at very inconvenient times.

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