Posted in Politicians, Politics, Public Ed

Report From The Democratic Debate – October 2015

What did the Democrats who took part in the first Democratic Debate last night (October 13, 2015) have to say about important issues in K-12 Education? How did they address…

  • charter school accountability
  • vouchers
  • standardized testing obsession
  • No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top and the reauthorization of ESEA
  • evaluating teachers using student test scores
  • grading schools using student test scores
  • loss of collective bargaining rights for teachers
  • loss of due process (often called tenure) for teachers
  • the national teacher shortage

CLICK HERE to hear the entire conversation covering everything each candidate said about the issues in K-12 education…

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Retired after 35 years in public education.