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(Hartford Courant)   Another day, another Super teacher-student sexual relationship   (courant.com) divider line 118
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2014-02-16 09:50:28 PM
Meghan Eagan, 25, of 1568 Meriden Road

Well at least all the kids know where to go if they want some.
 
2014-02-16 09:57:10 PM

fusillade762: Meghan Eagan, 25, of 1568 Meriden Road

Well at least all the kids know where to go if they want some.


Seriously. Good thing she's already been convicted in a court of law and everything.
 
2014-02-16 09:58:32 PM
If I have sex with students, can I also be considered a super teacher?
 
2014-02-16 10:28:05 PM
static.someecards.com
 
2014-02-16 10:53:45 PM
That's the problem with being a super teacher -- so many students, so little time.
 
2014-02-16 11:19:07 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-02-16 11:25:16 PM
Even as a desperate schoolboy, I think I might be distracted by all those dots on her neck...
 
2014-02-16 11:28:07 PM
Also, honestly -- if you last name is Eagan, don't name your girl Mehgan.

May Gun Egg Gun?
 
2014-02-16 11:44:00 PM

Candygram4Mongo: Even as a desperate schoolboy, I think I might be distracted by all those dots on her neck...


Connect the dots!
 
2014-02-17 12:59:54 AM
I'd give her a shot of my white kryptonite
 
2014-02-17 01:27:13 AM

HotWingAgenda: fusillade762: Meghan Eagan, 25, of 1568 Meriden Road

Well at least all the kids know where to go if they want some.

Seriously. Good thing she's already been convicted in a court of law and everything.


Scoop > Justice
 
2014-02-17 03:13:34 AM

Candygram4Mongo: Even as a desperate schoolboy, I think I might be distracted by all those dots on her neck...


i36.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-17 03:14:09 AM
I'd give her an internal investigation.
 
2014-02-17 03:15:29 AM
I am retroactively very disappointed in my high school years.
 
2014-02-17 03:17:24 AM
Truth, justice, the American way, and sex with kids.
 
2014-02-17 03:17:41 AM
How do these things come to light? I guess the boy bragged to the wrong people?
 
2014-02-17 03:17:58 AM
Young, pretty women should really not be teaching highschool. It's just asking for trouble.
 
2014-02-17 03:24:41 AM
Fine her $100, have the school board give the kid a million bucks and call it a day.

Seriously, aren't we already at the point where this kind of thing is expected and you just ought to have parents sign a waiver if they want to send their kids to school?
 
2014-02-17 03:29:22 AM

Cloisterfark: Young, pretty women should really not be teaching highschool. It's just asking for trouble.


No wonder I had all the ugly teachers.
 
2014-02-17 03:29:53 AM
Sharpie eyebrows....

(howaboutno.png)
 
2014-02-17 03:30:39 AM
www.reactionface.info
 
2014-02-17 03:32:08 AM

www.bromygod.com

 
2014-02-17 03:35:17 AM
Super Skanky Sperm Banky
 
2014-02-17 03:38:30 AM
SUPER teacher-student sexual relationship? Sign me up!
 
2014-02-17 03:38:44 AM
17 year old males...we used to call them soldiers and send them to war....today we call them "children"  and "protect" them from being sexually corrupted by a woman a few years older than them.

my God, won't somebody think of the children?
 
2014-02-17 03:41:03 AM

HotWingAgenda: fusillade762: Meghan Eagan, 25, of 1568 Meriden Road

Well at least all the kids know where to go if they want some.

Seriously. Good thing she's already been convicted in a court of law and everything.


I got in trouble on Fark one time for post someone's address in a thread about someone outraged their house was on Google Streetview.

If there's any consistency I'll come to this thread and find all the address posts zapped, replaced by a chiding remark about posting details.
 
2014-02-17 03:49:40 AM
If this is a power issue thing with these female teachers well then you can boss me around if you'd like.

And because of the meds I'm on I can go for hours at a time,  no breaks in the action at all.  Even the teens can't do that.


So cute teachers,  EIP.


/I'll just wait over here,  I'm sure it won't take long...
 
2014-02-17 03:53:49 AM
Should America legalize it? Before they run out of teachers?
 
2014-02-17 04:11:11 AM
Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well
 
2014-02-17 04:15:56 AM

Cloisterfark: Young, pretty women should really not be teaching highschool. It's just asking for trouble.


www.runstop.de

/ basically every female teacher I ever had
 
2014-02-17 04:16:16 AM
Looks like Donna from Orange is the New Black. You know, the scientologist lesbian.
 
2014-02-17 04:17:25 AM

Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well


Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.
 
2014-02-17 04:20:10 AM
That mug shot says it all...

www.trbimg.com

Worth it.
 
2014-02-17 04:22:06 AM

stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.


i2.wp.com
 
2014-02-17 04:26:25 AM

Honest Bender: If I have sex with students, can I also be considered a super teacher?


I think it depends on how many.
 
2014-02-17 04:29:33 AM

illannoyin: That mug shot says it all...

[www.trbimg.com image 580x434]

Worth it.



She seems content.
 
2014-02-17 04:29:39 AM

Allen262: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.

[i2.wp.com image 380x299]



Far more feasible than the age requirement idea, which would create a glut of unemployed new teachers who can't get a job because they can only teach 6th grade or below.
 
2014-02-17 04:31:03 AM

Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well


Most teachers burn out within five years. What you're proposing isn't a bad idea, but it would require a MAMMOTH overhaul of our education system, beginning with a fundamental change in how we acquire new teachers. How would you attract new talent to the profession? Odds are without changing the pay you'd either end up with a bunch of cynics who crashed and burned out of their chosen profession, or "how hard could it be?" dopes.

You would have better luck instituting a "fuglies only" policy in Secondary Education programs nationwide than enforcing your decade break. Too much new talent comes out of college.
 
2014-02-17 04:31:40 AM

stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.


Pretty sure they've been told that already.

But increasing the age gap would, I assume, decrease the "workplace romance" effect, and if they have a few years non-teaching experience in the world, they're more likely to have a partner to come home to, so they're less likely to be looking to their students for sexual fulfilment.
 
2014-02-17 04:35:00 AM
farm2.staticflickr.com
 
2014-02-17 04:35:12 AM

Jorn the Younger: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.

Pretty sure they've been told that already.

But increasing the age gap would, I assume, decrease the "workplace romance" effect, and if they have a few years non-teaching experience in the world, they're more likely to have a partner to come home to, so they're less likely to be looking to their students for sexual fulfilment.



But under that requirement, someone who was educated to teach high school math or science courses could not get a job within about 3 years of earning their degree.

And given that that is their primary skill set, do you really think they're better off flipping burgers 3 years while they magically find a partner?
 
2014-02-17 04:36:08 AM

fastbow: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Most teachers burn out within five years. What you're proposing isn't a bad idea, but it would require a MAMMOTH overhaul of our education system, beginning with a fundamental change in how we acquire new teachers. How would you attract new talent to the profession? Odds are without changing the pay you'd either end up with a bunch of cynics who crashed and burned out of their chosen profession, or "how hard could it be?" dopes.

You would have better luck instituting a "fuglies only" policy in Secondary Education programs nationwide than enforcing your decade break. Too much new talent comes out of college.


I don't find myself convinced that the best possible teachers for high school students are people who are only a few years removed from high school themselves.

Of course, I think a teacher should be someone more that a conduit to imprint data onto a student's brain to be regurgitated on a test, but should be able to function more as an advisor / mentor to their students, and someone with some life experience is going to be better suited to that than someone just out of college, regardless of how "talented" they are
 
2014-02-17 04:38:53 AM

TomD9938: basically every female teacher I ever had


I see we had the same teachers.
 
2014-02-17 04:43:15 AM

stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.

Pretty sure they've been told that already.

But increasing the age gap would, I assume, decrease the "workplace romance" effect, and if they have a few years non-teaching experience in the world, they're more likely to have a partner to come home to, so they're less likely to be looking to their students for sexual fulfilment.


But under that requirement, someone who was educated to teach high school math or science courses could not get a job within about 3 years of earning their degree.

And given that that is their primary skill set, do you really think they're better off flipping burgers 3 years while they magically find a partner?


No, I don't think they'd be better off flipping burgers, but maybe working, or at least interning, at a non-teaching function of their field.  Or backpacking around Europe, or climbing mountains, or writing a novel, or whatever.

Of course, such a path is highly contingent on the establishment of a decent public university system here in the States - free to all citizens, modest tuition for non-citizens, all textbooks available digitally at no cost.  Maybe a guaranteed minimum income too, to balance out the Medicare For All system.  But that's week-one stuff if I get put in charge, while the mandatory teacher age is more of a year three issue.
 
2014-02-17 04:44:34 AM

fastbow: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Most teachers burn out within five years. What you're proposing isn't a bad idea, but it would require a MAMMOTH overhaul of our education system, beginning with a fundamental change in how we acquire new teachers. How would you attract new talent to the profession? Odds are without changing the pay you'd either end up with a bunch of cynics who crashed and burned out of their chosen profession, or "how hard could it be?" dopes.

You would have better luck instituting a "fuglies only" policy in Secondary Education programs nationwide than enforcing your decade break. Too much new talent comes out of college.


I've proposed the mass adoption of tablet based education so we could get rid of most of the teachers. This is not appreciated by the teachers. Just like Doctors when I suggest that people take care of thier own health by being reasonable about diet and exercise. Something about threatening thier livelyhoods.
 
2014-02-17 04:49:54 AM

Jorn the Younger: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.

Pretty sure they've been told that already.

But increasing the age gap would, I assume, decrease the "workplace romance" effect, and if they have a few years non-teaching experience in the world, they're more likely to have a partner to come home to, so they're less likely to be looking to their students for sexual fulfilment.


But under that requirement, someone who was educated to teach high school math or science courses could not get a job within about 3 years of earning their degree.

And given that that is their primary skill set, do you really think they're better off flipping burgers 3 years while they magically find a partner?

No, I don't think they'd be better off flipping burgers, but maybe working, or at least interning, at a non-teaching function of their field.  Or backpacking around Europe, or climbing mountains, or writing a novel, or whatever.

Of course, such a path is highly contingent on the establishment of a decent public university system here in the States - free to all citizens, modest tuition for non-citizens, all textbooks available digitally at no cost.  Maybe a guaranteed minimum income too, to balance out the Medicare For All system.  But that's week-one stuff if I get put in charge, while the mandatory teacher age is more of a year three issue.



Oh, so your solution has no footing in reality? Got it. The "don't fark the kids" rule has worked pretty well for the majority of teachers currently working today, so it's probably worth sticking with.
 
2014-02-17 04:50:51 AM

TomD9938: Cloisterfark: Young, pretty women should really not be teaching highschool. It's just asking for trouble.

[www.runstop.de image 500x357]

/ basically every female teacher I ever had


I lol'd because it's true. And Benny Hill.
 
2014-02-17 05:03:19 AM
i178.photobucket.com

Like the fist of an angry god.

/oh, yeah
 
2014-02-17 05:12:18 AM
Uhh..... How old is the student?
 
2014-02-17 05:18:09 AM

stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: stoli n coke: Jorn the Younger: Having a 25 year old teaching high school almost seems like asking for trouble.  Maybe it would we need an age requirement for teachers- perhaps a decade, or a decade and  a half older than the students?  Not saying it would prevent things like this entirely, but there would probably be other benifits as well

Or, you could, you know, tell them not to fark the students.

Pretty sure they've been told that already.

But increasing the age gap would, I assume, decrease the "workplace romance" effect, and if they have a few years non-teaching experience in the world, they're more likely to have a partner to come home to, so they're less likely to be looking to their students for sexual fulfilment.


But under that requirement, someone who was educated to teach high school math or science courses could not get a job within about 3 years of earning their degree.

And given that that is their primary skill set, do you really think they're better off flipping burgers 3 years while they magically find a partner?

No, I don't think they'd be better off flipping burgers, but maybe working, or at least interning, at a non-teaching function of their field.  Or backpacking around Europe, or climbing mountains, or writing a novel, or whatever.

Of course, such a path is highly contingent on the establishment of a decent public university system here in the States - free to all citizens, modest tuition for non-citizens, all textbooks available digitally at no cost.  Maybe a guaranteed minimum income too, to balance out the Medicare For All system.  But that's week-one stuff if I get put in charge, while the mandatory teacher age is more of a year three issue.


Oh, so your solution has no footing in reality? Got it. The "don't fark the kids" rule has worked pretty well for the majority of teachers currently working today, so it's probably worth sticking with.


Yeah, I can tell how well that's working, given there's only a thread like this only every couple of days.
 
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