Throughout the history of public schooling in the US, teachers have more often than not been blamed for the failures of our public schools. Under the Bush administration, for example, the teachers’ unions were marginalized during the writing of the No Child Left Behind Act, and Bush’s education department’s distain for teachers was exemplified by Secretary of Education Rodney Paige… Read more →
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