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18 REASONS THE U.S. EDUCATION SYSTEM IS FAILING

18 REASONS THE U.S. EDUCATION SYSTEM IS FAILING

Once upon a time, enthusiasts designed a formal education system to meet the economic demands of the industrial revolution. Fast forward to today and, with the current global economic climate, it ...
Ten problems teachers did not have to deal with a decade ago – The Washington Post

Ten problems teachers did not have to deal with a decade ago – The Washington Post

Teachers were once hesitant to make any waves. Not anymore. We are living in an era in which more teachers are speaking their minds in public louder than ever in modern terms. Through strikes … ...
Teachers Union Looks to Make Educator Unrest a 2020 Election Issue | The Civic Report | US News

Teachers Union Looks to Make Educator Unrest a 2020 Election Issue | The Civic Report | US News

Tens of thousands of teachers walked the picket line earlier this year in L.A., the country’s second-largest school district, during a six-day strike over pay, class size, testing and charter ...
Trump’s Education Budget Ignores Needs of Students and Schools – Center for American Progress

Trump’s Education Budget Ignores Needs of Students and Schools – Center for American Progress

When it comes to education policy, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the Trump administration have no new ideas. Much like the Department of Education’s proposed budgets for fiscal years &; ...
Teacher Shortage is ‘Real and Growing, and Worse Than We Thought’ – neatoday.org

Teacher Shortage is ‘Real and Growing, and Worse Than We Thought’ – neatoday.org

While the teacher shortage is being felt across many states and school districts, its impact is not shared equally along socioeconomic lines, according to a new paper by the Economic Policy ...
The Key to Predicting the Next Teacher Strike – governing.com

The Key to Predicting the Next Teacher Strike – governing.com

The Key to Predicting the Next Teacher Strike A new study confirms that the less teachers are paid, the more likely they are to protest. Only a few of the lowest-paid districts have yet to see a . . . ...
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