A Second Motion for Mr. Dreyer


How scary is this ["Teaching Mr. Dreyer," September 13]! It leaves me to believe that there is little hope for the strong in this field. You are punished for being a strong advocate for education. If you noticed, his union's actions were not mentioned. Dreyer admitted making some bad choices, but who doesn't? Especially putting up with the high degree of disrespect on a daily basis. There has to be something or someone out there who could bring this to light and save our strong teachers. I feel so bad for Dreyer. He dreamed, persuaded, invested and dedicated his life to teaching. He did not deserve this. Of course, an article leaves out facts, but I can read between the lines. I could just imagine the real events because I'm living it. Robin Bedford

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