Daily Archives: July 28, 2022

Steven Singer: Why Is a Gates-Funded, Anti-Union Group Part of PA’s Plan to Retain Teachers? — Diane Ravitch’s blog

Steven Singer asks a reasonable question: Why is a Gates-Funded, anti-union, pro-charter advocacy group part of Pennsylvania’s effort to end the teacher shortage? That would be TeachPlus. Singer begins: So Pennsylvania has unveiled a new plan to stop the exodus … Continue reading

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Teachers Unions are Selfless — tultican

By Thomas Ultican 7/27/2022 Dr. Keith Benson wrote the research paper “Teachers Teach and Do the World Good ….” In this scholarly piece published by Scientific Research, Keith, an inspirational young man and community leader, described the world wide neoliberal … Continue reading

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Uvalde and Teaching in the Age of the School Shooting — deutsch29: Mercedes Schneider’s Blog

On July 17, 2022, the Texas House of Representatives’ Investigative Committee on the Robb Elementary (Uvalde) Shooting released this interim report regarding the horrific events resulting in the deaths of 19 students and two teachers at the school on May … Continue reading

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Jan Resseger: The Child Tax Credit Is Not Dead Yet — Diane Ravitch’s blog

Count on Jan Resseger to follow the news that matters most for the well-being of America’s children. West Virginia Senator killed President Biden’s ambitious Build Back Better plan, an effort to reverse climate change, invest in education, reduce child poverty, … Continue reading

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Although Manchin Doomed the Child Tax Credit in Build Back Better, Discussion Hasn’t Totally Stopped

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