In his second novel, satirist David P. Reiter does for the Australian education system what the BBC series Teachers did for the British system.
Like every primary teacher, Cherry Kaufman had her ideals – once. You put in the hours, get the degree and hope your first job isn't a five hour drive west of Blackbutt. She knew it wouldn't all be long summer breaks and the adoration of grateful parents. But nothing prepared her for the "challenges" of teaching at Bayside State School, not to mention what her colleagues would get up to after school hours...
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