After a decade or more of being "in charge" of our public schools, these "guys" (and a few gals) accept no blame.


The Obama administration is our ally, not our enemy. We must work with them to show that a better approach to improving our schools is possible.


The part that scares me most is that this attack on public education goes along with an assumption long held by public school educators, too;an education philosophy that provides encouragement to those who've always said that those kids learn differently


The biggest threat to public education doesn't come from charter schools; it comes from the loss of confidence and support from parents who have chosen to place their children in charters and private schools because they don't believe their children will be well served, and from politicians who starve public schools of resources and weaken them further.


Let's think of three, four, or at most five issues we could unite on, principles that might cut across some of the unnecessarily warring parties.


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