Little Miss Student Teacher

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syntheticmomma:

kidouyuuto:

also kids shouldnt be scared of their parents. theres a difference between “im not gonna do this bad thing because i respect my parents and i dont want to disappoint them” and “im not gonna do this bad thing because im scared of what my parents will do to me if i do”

THIS

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ben-c:

ifbuteverythought:

vinebox:

My typical school day

As a teacher, I wish one of my students would say this. I would die laughing and then remember I’m supposed to be the adult in the room. 

WHY IS THIS TINY CHILD FUNNIER THAN ME

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Millennials — defined as anyone between 19 and 36 years old — say they would take credit for someone else’s work to get ahead more than five times as frequently as boomers, according to a new study by marketing firm DDB. The survey also revealed that millennials are more likely to self-identify as “workaholics” than their older colleagues. Explanations for these findings vary widely: Some experts say that millennials’ willingness to take credit for others’ hard work is further evidence of their entitlement and feelings of deserving to succeed, while others argue that the tough job market has engendered a ruthless streak in the youngest American adults. “We know from other studies we’ve done that [millennials] feel entitled to get ahead, they say they deserve it and are special compared to Gen Xers and boomers,” said Denise Delahorne, senior vice president, group strategy director, DDB Chicago, who worked closely with the survey. “Their desire is so strong that some would do something that is morally questionable, or wrong.”
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