Klonsky: The struggle in the cities, while certainly connected to testing and curriculum (common core), has been focused on equity.


Meier: It's too easy to ignore families who fundamentally disagree with us without seeing the damage it causes.


Klonsky: While you and I share a healthy suspicion of government programs and share a strong opposition to NCLB and Race To The Top, I'm not against government.


Meier: If my house were on fire, I'd not reject the help of a neighbor whose views I otherwise despise. I think our nation is on fire.


Klonsky: How bad is it out there? Who are the forces in the field? How weak or strong are they and we?


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