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'Senioritis' Isn't Just for Students: Teachers Get It , Too

Can Teachers Get Senioritis?

High-school seniors watch the clock, anticipating the end of their high school careers. It's called "senioritis," and it hasn't just become the norm for students--educators are also picking up on the trend, said David and Jack Cahn in the Huffington Post. 

Says the blog post: "'I know you're seniors and you don't want to do any work, but..' were the first words uttered by each of my teachers as I began the spring semester. In most of my classes, the homework load suddenly shrank and in some, it was eliminated. In one class, even tests were done away with."

Teacher senioritis has gotten so bad that some classes have been abolished altogether, according to an article in The Washington Post

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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