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Old 21-12-2023, 10:54 PM
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Donít think so much, just take the day off and prepare relief work for your classes. Teachersí well being is important to ensure positive student outcomes. A teacher who is burnt out is unlikely to bring out the best in his/her students.
Simi day off?

Annual leave also don't have, what day off?

Even election OIL can only take during school holidays, when everyone else don't need to work anyway.

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Old 22-12-2023, 06:53 AM
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and this is also the exact reason why there is a progression delay due to the clog of excess people in their 50s getting "rescued" again and again

huge disadvantage to the younger ones who joined late
Oh please, the younger ones are just as useless as the older ones. If there were better, they wouldn't be in the teaching profession.

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Old 22-12-2023, 07:08 AM
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Cherrypicking again

So if people live in the east side, school in west side, parents (and future caretakers of children) live east side, all must uproot and move to tengah?
Don't move the goalpost please I was asked to provide an example of affordable bto that's not two room or three room and I did what I was challenged to do.

I provided the example and now suddenly it's "wHAt If It's SomEonE who LiVes iN tHe EaSt Side???"

And then I'm accused of cherry picking. Let's face it la, you all are not going to change your mind because you've already convinced yourselves that you are victims of life.

You all need to stop creating what if scenarios as a gotcha to prove someone wrong. It's really terrible logic because there's always counter what if scenarios.

1.what if they don't have kids?
2. What if they want to get as far away as they can from their parents?
3. What if one set of parents stay in the West and the other in the East.
4. What if the spouse works in the West?
5. What if they prefer the quietness of the west compared to the sheer number of people in the East?

We work with the facts, and the fact is that for non mature estates, a 4rm flat is extremely affordable for a teacher couple. Yes, it will not work for 100% of Singaporeans because everyone has unique needs. But you cannot create a policy that will meet all of everyone's needs all the time.

Actually, this kinda explains why the vast majority of you don't progress in your careers. Instead of stepping back and taking a big picture look you all are just looking to undermine everything just because you think you are entitled to something.

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Old 22-12-2023, 09:32 AM
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Oh please, the younger ones are just as useless as the older ones. If there were better, they wouldn't be in the teaching profession.
That is why, the more we should downsize education officers by another fraction for progress
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Connect plan statement is out. Those who will be receiving payments this can expect them by tomorrow. Enjoy!
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Connect plan statement is out. Those who will be receiving payments this can expect them by tomorrow. Enjoy!
Does it reflect the new changes from 2023? Not receiving mine this year, will get my first payout next year. Would like to know if it is really raised to 80%.
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Old 22-12-2023, 05:06 PM
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Connect plan statement is out. Those who will be receiving payments this can expect them by tomorrow. Enjoy!
I've already received mine! Check your bank account 😁
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Old 22-12-2023, 10:09 PM
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Don't move the goalpost please I was asked to provide an example of affordable bto that's not two room or three room and I did what I was challenged to do.

I provided the example and now suddenly it's "wHAt If It's SomEonE who LiVes iN tHe EaSt Side???"

And then I'm accused of cherry picking. Let's face it la, you all are not going to change your mind because you've already convinced yourselves that you are victims of life.

You all need to stop creating what if scenarios as a gotcha to prove someone wrong. It's really terrible logic because there's always counter what if scenarios.

1.what if they don't have kids?
2. What if they want to get as far away as they can from their parents?
3. What if one set of parents stay in the West and the other in the East.
4. What if the spouse works in the West?
5. What if they prefer the quietness of the west compared to the sheer number of people in the East?

We work with the facts, and the fact is that for non mature estates, a 4rm flat is extremely affordable for a teacher couple. Yes, it will not work for 100% of Singaporeans because everyone has unique needs. But you cannot create a policy that will meet all of everyone's needs all the time.

Actually, this kinda explains why the vast majority of you don't progress in your careers. Instead of stepping back and taking a big picture look you all are just looking to undermine everything just because you think you are entitled to something.
Yes. Should just close down all the schools in the mature estates

Or deploy only old teachers who are residents of mature estates to staff schools in mature estates

Young teachers should all be posted to schools in non-mature estates

Then no more complaints about unaffordable cost of living, right?
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Old 22-12-2023, 10:46 PM
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Does it reflect the new changes from 2023? Not receiving mine this year, will get my first payout next year. Would like to know if it is really raised to 80%.
Yes it does.
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Is the sum for the first connect plan for all the same or does performance affect the sum?
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