Yeah I heard you resigned. Selfishly, it is a shame for me because I signed up for two of your classes. I know that the value of my education at GC has decreased exponentially from its already rock bottom score. Can't wait to meet your "replacement". Maybe it will be John Doe and his inaccurate and out of date worksheets that I've been picking apart all term. Or Jim Doe who I overheard saying, "I've never used 'X' program before, I am learning along with the students." Or maybe Photoshop II doesn't actually cover Adobe Photoshop, but instead will cover basic keyboarding skills.
I've been up all night, pissing myself off looking up CEC et al. horror stories. I am not sure why I must put myself through such torture, but I am just a little scared about my future.
I don't know whether to pull back now before I slip deeper, or pay my dues in hell and then pray that my credits will transfer to a real school and somehow mitigate all this bs (minus my loan payments of course.)
I started this term taking notes in every class, everyday...not about the stale regurgitated course material, but the courses and instructors themselves. This has been by far the worst term of 3 pretty bad ones, but I even gave up on my journal knowing that it is all pointless and no one will care but me. Or maybe I would get pulled aside in a lame effort to fake concern, and then everything will fall back into its dysfunctional regularity. And to top it all off, I totally missed the Target job fair. "What better place to start out a career in graphic design than at the photo lab of Target." I hope I can get an unpaid internship there when the time is right. (...since I am spoiled & egotistical.....)
I am glad you're out. They do not deserve credit for your heart, passion, and talents. It is evident that your dedication is to the students, but you belong in a place where you are appreciated.