Paul Horton: Will the Market Destroy Public Education?
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Consider the situation now in Westchester: All eight public unions are now working without a contract — one of them in its fourth year. But wages aren’t frozen at previous contract levels. Workers still get the longevity and step increases built into the old contract — hikes that often equal or exceed “regular” salary increases.
Magee said if not standards then what: a free for all? [what about better standards?] added that if the AFT came out against the Common core the tabloids wd attack us.
Revive NYSUT is...
Against Common Core...
@MSGunderson Generals out of touch with soldiers on front lines. #aft14
— Chris Cerrone (@Stoptesting15) July 13, 2014
I certainly hope they follow this non-demand with a strongly worded letter. That'll show 'em. @TeacherBeat @Stephen_Sawchuk @arneduncan
— Arthur Goldstein (@TeacherArthurG) July 13, 2014