Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Teachers were more appreciated and valued by society in the past than they are nowadays. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Teachers have critical rules for society, as psychologists called them "Designers of future". Nowadays, however, some people think that they aren't appreciated as much as in the past. I'm afraid I have to disagree with this statement and will clarify my reasons in the following essay. First of all, society has realized the rule of teachers for the future of a country more than ever. People now know that a creative and innovative country couldn't be existed but by smart teachers. Someday I heard that Angela Merkel, the president of Germany, said she couldn't increase doctors' income in hospitals because their income should not be more than their creators(teachers). Today, we know teachers aren't only an explainer of a special course. They are the advisor of the very sensitive and mistakable version of our character. As a teenager, you sometimes aren't stable enough to make a good decision, and your teacher's rules are crucial to guide you. Therefore, our understanding of teachers' rules for our future makes them more valued than ever. Secondly, the average income of teachers increased in recent years. The payment of occupation could show its importance to society. Based on research in South America, the average income in Brazil and Peru have increased more than three times in ten years, and the average income of teachers in developed countries such as the United state and Germany are more than in developing countries like Brazil and Peru. This means that the value of a teacher is understanding every day and every day. With the development of a country, this understanding reaches its peak. In summary, I believe that the value and appreciation of teachers by society have not decreased at all but increased exponentially because of, first, the realization of society about their job, and second, the increasing average of them in recent years.
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