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Fri Jan 11, 2019, 07:06 AM

Venezuelan teachers get paid $3 per month... for the betterment of Venezuela?

"I'm a teacher, not a slave, I have a vocation, I do not pay"
Venezuelan teachers receive a salary of less than three dollars a month


An image that says: "I am a teacher, not a slave, I have a vocation, I do not pay"

Translated from Spanish

By: Aporrea.org | Thursday, 10/01/2019 07:31 PM

January 10, 2019.- Venezuelan teachers express their discontent through social networks and at the same time express their desire to go to unemployment for the low salary they receive. Aporrea.org picked up the opinions of some teachers.

"A teacher in Venezuela is receiving a salary equivalent to 4 dollars a month, how does Aristóbulo think that we give classes? Well, we give classes with hunger, with worn clothes, broken shoes, thinking how to look for food to give our children and many sometimes crying because we do not have to pay debts that we have acquired to survive ", said Mirtha Carrasquero, a teacher at a national school located in the popular area of ​​Catia in Caracas.

"Of course, when we see the teachers of the states go out to protest and make a strike, joy invades us, it makes us want to fight, we have a technical strike in the educational institutions of this country" explains a chemistry professor who he says he can not buy shoes for two years.

"Yesterday they paid us the fortnight and it reached us for 1kg of cheese and 2 corn flours, that's the income of a teacher who has a master's degree." Added to that, educational institutions are getting worse, in addition to the Food Program School is poor or nonexistent, the teacher is in deplorable conditions of existence and even goes out every day to educate children and adolescents, we are working for free and it is not fair, I am one of those who think we should go out, leave fear, they can not take anything away, they have taken everything away from us We do not have HCM, Funeral Insurance, we receive a salary with which we can not buy a chicken, no social benefits, pensioners in ostracism, what else can we Remove? ", thinks vehemently Zaida Méndez, teacher in a school of integral schedule.

https://www.aporrea.org/actualidad/n336717.html

But... but... its for The Revolution!?!?!?

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