Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Schools Matter: Solidarity Growing As the War on Teachers Escalates

Schools Matter: Solidarity Growing As the War on Teachers Escalates:


Solidarity Growing As the War on Teachers Escalates

Mark Naison, professor of African and African American Studies at Fordham University in New York, blogs atWith A Brooklyn Accent.
By Mark Naison
All over the nation, teachers are under attack. Politicians of both parties, in every state, have blamed teachers and their unions for the nation’s low standing on international tests and our nation’s inability to create the educated labor force our economy needs.
Mass firings of teachers in so-called failing schools have taken place in municipalities throughout the nation and some states have made a public ritual of humiliating teachers. In Los Angeles and New York, teacher ratings based on student standardized test scores — said by many to be inaccurate —

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