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How Educators View The Media

I'm not sure I agree with everything in this piece about how educators view the media (Elephants in the Room), but it's an important perspective:

"City teachers brace themselves when a school-related story makes the front page. The news usually isn't good. When mainstream media report on urban schools, the real story is often what goes unsaid."

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