1 out of 10...being the number of times I laughed watching the first episode.reviewer 'jenniferlb' is obviously connected with the show giving it 10/10 and comments like 'characters are immersed in their own flaws, yet somehow remain oblivious to them' and 'each character has a way of making you feel like you know them, yet they still surprise you'give me a break.
how about more like: this is supposed to be a comedy YET it is completely unfunny, or there are 6 teachers in the cast YET none of them are male?
Teachers in Cameroon on Tuesday, 5 October 2010 joined their peers worldwide to celebrate the 17th World Teachers Day.With the theme "Nation building passes through teachers", the day served as an opportunity to pay homage to teachers who toil, sometimes under not-so-comfortable conditions, to build the capacities of human resources for the socio-economic development of the country.Before the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997, Teachers' Day was on 28 September.After the handover to the People's Republic of China, the day was changed to 10 September, which is when the PRC celebrates the holiday.To commemorate the birth date of the 28th ruler of Brunei, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien III, also known as the 'Architect of Modern Brunei', who amongst other things emphasized the importance of education to his subjects by introducing a policy of 'free' education whereby the citizens are charged very nominal fees for attending schools.
This policy has been continued and extended by the current (29th) ruler.
On 5 September 2013, the State Council announced a legislative draft endorsing the change.
If adopted, it would effectively make mainland China and Taiwan share the same Teachers' Day beginning in 2014.
On Australia’s celebration of World Teachers’ Day, the NEi TA Foundation and the Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) is proud to announce the national teaching recipients of the ASG Community Merit Awards.
World Teachers’ Day was started by UNESCO and is celebrated in more than 100 countries around the world each year.
Guru Purnima is an Indian and Nepalese festival dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers.