The entitlement thing is a whole different issue/subject.
Want to start a subject about how parents, not schools, should learn how to raise kids, I'm right there with you. But, today, "entitled" parents who put their wants over their kids are the ones who need to be re-taught.
Two household incomes are not necessary for a lot of people if they get rid of the toys. Motorcycles, boats, campers, 2-week vacations, a Keurig coffee maker, etc. are all luxuries, as are big screen TVs (or TVs of any size, for that matter) and cable.
My folks sold my dad's car and my mom's engagement ring back in the late 1950s in order to afford their own home. That Is Sacrifice. Not many parents make comparable sacrifices for their family these days, sadly.
I'd rather live in a more modest home with less toys to have a stay-at-home wife to raise the kids with manners, common sense and the other benefits that come with the mother staying home with the kids (or being there when they get home from school).
Anyway, I digress.
Educators should be higher paid than baseball players, et al.