Teacher Needs a Beer

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If you have read this website for a while, or if you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, you have heard me talk about the teaching job I have, which puts me on the road for a few weeks every spring and fall to help high-school students prepare for the ACT and SAT college entrance exams. Another season will begin in September.

When I launched this podcast in June, I said that some episodes would not have anything to do with either music or radio, and the latest episode is the first one that does not. It’s about that teaching job and my life on the road doing it, and it’s called “Teacher Needs a Beer. ” You can listen to it right here.

You can find all episodes, old and new, at my Soundcloud. The podcast is also available at Google Play, TuneIn, and Stitcher, if you happen to use any of those platforms. I have been asked about its availability via Apple Podcasts; they won’t currently validate it, and I’m not sure if they ever will, but keep hope alive, I guess.

However you listen to the latest episode, I hope you enjoy it. If you do, please consider giving it a good rating or review on whatever platform you use.

4 responses

  1. Enjoyed the podcast. Classic Jim !

  2. My admiration grows. My wife also teaches SAT prep. It ain’t easy and it takes brains and commitment. And if I were still in a hiring position, that voice would have me talking to you about how you really ought to be doing radio here in California.

    1. And my wife and I listened to the podcast on the way home from dinner last night. A lot of nods of recognition and laugh-out-loud moments. Very good stuff!

  3. My favorite quote: “Let’s just say I’ve seen some shit.” As I enter my 31st year in education, I have too-I get it!

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