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Chiara says:

It is a good piece but I object to this:

“That agenda includes ideas typically supported by conservatives and opposed by teachers unions: issuing A-to-F report cards for schools, using taxpayer vouchers for tuition at private schools, expanding charter schools, requiring third-graders to pass a reading test, and encouraging online learning and virtual charter schools.”

They all use this framing and it’s inaccurate. Lots of people oppose many of those things. Every poll I’ve even seen says lots of people oppose many of those things. It isn’t just “teachers unions”. I’m not a teacher nor am I in a union and I support public schools.

Do ed reformers agree with how Mr. Bush describes US public schools?:

“government-run, unionized, politicized monopolies” that “trap good teachers, administrators and struggling students in a system that nobody can escape.”

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