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My wife, a schoolteacher, very disciplined. If you think I'm tough, trust me, and wait till you see when the children are on the naughty step. It's hilarious. So we decided that I'm going to work like a donkey and provide amazing support for the family.
I adored my birth father and constantly worried that I was being disloyal to him and his schoolteacher roots if I spent too much time performing and enjoying it.
My mother was a schoolteacher and very keen that I go to a city school, so although it was fairly impoverished times, I traveled every day to the Auckland Grammar School.
My mother, who was professional schoolteacher, was particularly concerned about our formal education and even went so far as to start a private school together with some other parents so that our intellectual needs would be met.
Robert B. Laughlin
How dare anyone, parent, schoolteacher, or merely literary critic, tell me not to act colored.
My father was a schoolteacher, and so I had the advantage of both western educational instruction in the school, as well as what you might call the process of imbibing the traditional processes of education instruction around me.
Only one American has given his life for Iranian democracy. He was a young idealist from Nebraska named Howard Baskerville. In 1907, fresh out of Princeton, Baskerville went to Iran as a schoolteacher. He found himself in the midst of a revolution against tyranny, and was carried away with passion for the democratic cause.
They think I'm going to be a schoolteacher but I'm going to be a poet.
My father is a businessman, and my mother is a schoolteacher.
My father was a veteran and my mother a schoolteacher. They taught me the value of a good job and an honest day's work.
I've been a schoolteacher. I always try to get the kids to finish talking before the next one starts.
Marion Zimmer Bradley
My father was a schoolteacher and my mother came from a teacher's family.
Simon van der Meer
I'm a schoolteacher. That's even worse than being an intellectual. Schoolteachers are not only comic, they're often cold and hungry in this richest land on earth.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz
As the daughter of a schoolteacher, I feel very strongly that the most important thing in school takes place right there in that classroom, and the interaction between the teacher and the child.
We had a very normal, sort of ghetto, urban upbringing. My father was a bus driver and my mother was a seamstress and a substitute schoolteacher, off and on. So, that all adds up to no money.
I had a little insight into life that most kids probably didn't have. My mother was a schoolteacher, and my father was a social worker. Through his eyes I saw the underside of society.
Where else but in America could a schoolteacher from Kansas City end up the governor of her adopted state?
Jane D. Hull
I was a schoolteacher for a while, and it was the worst job.
I'm a schoolteacher and a writer. So that's what I do.
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