Education voters—people for whom education is the issue that determines their vote— have been banging our heads against the wall forever during presidential campaigns. Sure,
Education Post"It is high time a presidential candidate stop ignoring the parents and children who are being traumatized by the American school system."—@esanzi on what the #YangGang sees in Andrew Yang's talk on education.
In a recent training on culturally responsive teaching, I was introduced to a theory called the “Stages of Multicultural Transformation.” It goes something like this.
Education Post"We cannot teach our children this way. We cannot have our students on March 1 thinking that because of MLK, racism is over and that America is finally free of its original sin."—@zfwright
While 33 wealthy, powerful parents, including the two B-list but well-known actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, were paying off coaches and testing companies to
Education Post"Those with the most power and money in the educational feeding frenzy that defines America are never coming to save parents from broken schools no matter how much they pretend they care when the cameras are rolling."—@esanzi