Fighting isolated instances of classroom wokeness won’t be as productive as addressing the educational institutions where teachers learn their left-wing methods.
The answer turns on the occupation’s culture — and its low tolerance of risk.
Black and Hispanic students are more likely than whites to be in closed schools, and their learning suffers more from being remote.
The real problem is not a lack of attention paid to such issues, but how colleges of education often approach them.
Weingarten combines two contemporary progressive doctrines, class and race struggle, to level her smear.
Public-school funding has actually been increasing for decades. The real problem is a lack of incentive for schools to meet students’ needs.
The union is pushing for parents to teach from home until they're provided with subsidized child care.
In Oakland, dozens of schools had to scrap reopening plans because teachers refused to show up to work.
Weingarten counsels that we not ‘rush’ into trusting the new CDC guidelines that would improve the experience of American children.