National Teachers Union to Federal Education Secretary Duncan: You’re Fired   1 comment

 

The NEA just passed a resolution calling for the resignation of federal education secretary Arne Duncan.

 

The fact that the NEA is calling for Duncan’s resignation is a very big deal.  Duncan’s trying to downplay it.   But this is a very big deal.

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A Utah elementary school teacher, Lily Garcia,  happens to be the brand new head of that huge teachers union, the NEA.  Interesting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. We’ve been called to action not by Phyllis Schlafly but Charlotte Iserbyt and Anita Hoge that the Common Core is a fake, “false flag” if you will Go to News with Views…”ruth About Choice and Charter Schools July 12, 2014″ and “Abolishing representative Govnt Thru Education: CC, Choice and Charter SChools” 4 parts Jan 13 2014; We will have a huge financial liability …a lottery ticket to keep paying…with Obama’s Redistribution of wealth (and education) We in Nebo School District pay 68% of property taxes to public education….Any wonder School Boards reward high achievers in athletics getting GPA of 3.98 and above. Scholarships? From where does $3 million and $80,000 to two students going to a Science Fair and winning a National award?

    Katherine Gerber

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