The Benefits of Teaching at a Private School: Good Food

Mmm ... I love bananas

Mmm ... I love bananas

My fiance is about to go back to school to get her masters in education so that she can become a middle school mathematics teacher.  She’s fairly confident that she’ll want to teach in the Portland public education system, but private schools have their draws.

Here, the Professor lists a number of benifits of teaching at a private institution.  Among them:

Our café serves healthy food using local and organic ingredients whenever possible. The food is fresh, varied, and nutritious.

As a fitness coach, I can’t stress enough how important healthy eating habits are to a students brain functioning and academic experience.  It’s an issue my fiance and I discuss a lot, but one she’ll have no control over as a teacher in a public school.


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