Substitute Teachers Be Like!

By Jacquelyn McDaniel, The Urban Educator (May 10, 2017)
Caution: Adult Language in Video

KEY and PEELE: Substitute Teacher Part 1

  • a guilty pleasure of mines for years
  • a fan since their MAD TV days
  • a stress relief after an exhausting day of teaching
  • a healthy release of endorphins

Is this you or someone you know?

This WAS me, and this IS why I created this blogsite…

To help stop educators, students, parents, and others who live and work in urban communities from being…


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Read more to find out how.




Laughter decreases stress hormones and increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to disease. Laughter triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. Endorphins promote an overall sense of well-being and can even temporarily relieve pain.
Many teachers, students, parents, and anyone living or working in urban communities lead extremely stressful lives.

Between lengthy commutes…

missed lunches…

multivarious parental/work responsibilities…

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and much more…


such as..


many urbanites’ mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional states are circling the drain….


instead of laughing like one.


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that’s why it’s imperative to…



Do you make a connection with the teacher or the students in the Key and Peele video?  
Do you have something that would make a teacher “Laugh like a Drain”?  
If so, share your story/video via email at or in the comment section below.  

Like, Share, Dialogue, and Apply some humor in your life…

so you can …

Engage, Empower, and Emancipate!





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