Teacher: The downside of Halloween

10/24/2013 | Teaching Channel

While Halloween is an exciting time for students, educator Lily Jones says it is at the top of her list of things she does not miss about being a classroom teacher. In this blog post, Jones writes that the holiday brings a lot of chaos; teachers essentially are required to dress up; and in the days following Halloween she would have to abide by her school's "no candy" policy and take treats away from students.

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