2017 Nov 11, 10:06pm
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So as Tracey Bailey and many other dedicated teachers have learned, schools can't improve until reformers confront the deadly consequences of the power that teachers' unions wield over a monopolistic industry, not only through contracts but also through the unions' influence on the elected officials who regulate the education industry. Until then, any reform—whether more money for the schools or smaller classes or high national standards or charter schools—will get short-circuited from the very outset.
The new tax system is supposed to lower tax for everyone, more so for the rich. The tax system has always favored the rich. But it is getting out of control. How can you lower the tax and support our pubic infrastructure like public school? Our public schools are grossly underfunded already except for those in the affluent neighbors, like Saratoga High School in Silicon Valley
You can make a good school bad very quickly by bussing in a lot of the wrong peoples kids.
The new tax plan causes this how
Way to miss the fucking point