Why do Substitutes Get It?

United States
January 5, 2007 9:47am CST
I am a substitute and at work RIGHT NOW. Why do subs get so much grief?
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@natuser28 (907)
• United States
5 Jan 07
Well its not you, just humans do not like change. Since they don't know you, they fear you maybe be tougher and try to change things. The regular teachers know the kids habbits and talents, the sub only hear about the stories and therefore make there own judgement which may want to change the kids abilites.
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@SplitZip (1490)
• Portugal
5 Jan 07
Maybe it's because YOU KEEP REPEATING YOURSELF! Second verse, same as the first! GO: http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/548639.aspx Hah :P Back to work.
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@prestocaro (1254)
• United States
21 Mar 07
Because kids know they'll get away with it. Kids are so bad, I swear, they just egg each other on and compete to see who can be the worst. A Sub is a perfect opportunity to show off. My sister used to teach a preschool class and she and her coworkers would always laugh in the breakroom about "f--k them kids!" from the Queens of Comedy. That helped her, lol.