Would you do it for the better interest?

@bamakelly (5194)
United States
July 28, 2008 6:47pm CST
I consider this a very important question to the general public as adults, especially those who are in the teaching profession of young children. I wanted to know how important the role of a teacher is when it comes to the welfare of a child who might have been abused or is being hurt by a parent. Would you consider putting your job on the line or sacrificing for the betterment of a child to save them? I myself believe that it is a teacher's duty, how about you?
2 responses
@leateagee (3667)
• China
29 Jul 08
I totally agree with you. I am a teacher and I would put my job in exchange for the welfare of that child. I believe that teachers are the second parents of children. Teachers mold them in an educated way. Children look up to us as their mentors. We have a great influence of what they will become in the future. So as a teacher, it is also our duty to protect these children against any kind of abuses. Take care =
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@bamakelly (5194)
• United States
29 Jul 08
I thank you from the bottom of my heart that you agree with how I feel. It is really good to hear from you and keep up the good work. Teachers are very special people and need to be rewarded accordingly.
@leateagee (3667)
• China
1 Aug 08
Thank you so much for the best response, encouraging and appreciative words. I am thankful for knowing such a person like you too. Do you know that it is very hard to be a teacher because everyone looks up to us. To maintain a well balanced life and to interact with a group of children is definitely a tiring job...but since it is my love...a passion to be with children....anything is possible and joyful. thank you so much again. Take care =)
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@roshand8 (1481)
• Sri Lanka
29 Jul 08
I am not a teacher but,If I am I will definitely put my job on the line to save my students and any child on this earth.cheers....
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@bamakelly (5194)
• United States
29 Jul 08
Roshand, thank you so much for responding. I appreciate you taking the time to read my discussion and I am happy at the way you feel about the children.
@roshand8 (1481)
• Sri Lanka
30 Jul 08
Thanks..
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