Teachers find summer jobs aren't just for students, Low wages often force them to moonlight during their off months to pay the bills
Kael Ashton has a summer job any college student would love. As manager of Willow Creek Country Club's pool in
The thing is, Ashton isn't a student.
He is a 32-year-old physical education teacher at Olympus High in
Teaching, in a way, presents a paradox. Americans say they have tremendous respect for teachers. Yet teachers say society does not respect them or what they do.
Too many people don't look at teaching as a profession, says Darlyne Bailey, Dean of Columbia University's Teachers College in
This article, written by Mike Cronin, appeared in the August 1st edition of The Salt Lake Tribune.
Published Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2005