Hey, New York Times, I’d like to offer a deal. Please stop letting Frank Bruni write about school. In fact, get a clever programmer who can arrange so that any time he writes the words “school” “teacher” or “student” his keyboard gives him an electroshock. In return, I will never again complain that you charge my family $20 a month for an electronic subscription that doesn’t include the cell phone app and which still has advertising. I’ll even promise to refrain from leaving comments on any David Brooks column where he opines about the nature of character.
Do we have a deal?
I have good reason to want Mr. Bruni off the education beat. In 2013, he briefly suggested that Secretary of Education Arne Duncan was “impolitic” to place opposition to the Common Core State Standards upon “white, suburban moms” who don’t want to find out that their…
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