Steve Gebhart

principal, San Pedro High School

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“Our entire profession is in a crisis mode because people just don't respect it and appreciate it the way that it used to be.

Teachers are undervalued and can no longer endure systemic pressures, says high school principal

“Our entire profession is in a crisis mode because people just don't respect it and appreciate it the way that it used to be.

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