"They don't want to face up to the real problem of poverty and generations of structural inequality."
The Southern Poverty Law Center surveyed over 2,000 teachers, who say kids are experiencing fear and stress over the Right's agenda.
Hoping to send a message to the Board of Education, Mayor Emanuel, and Illinois Gov. Rauner, Chicago teachers are set to walk off the job in a one-day strike this Friday.
NEA, AFT, and AFSA lobbied their lawmakers long and hard to change the No Child Left Behind law.
Today, this organization continues through its educational, philanthropic and cultural programs, including tuition-free evening instruction in trades-related education.
Leaders of the nation's two large teachers' unions are split on a bipartisan effort by a key Senate committee to rewrite the federal aid-to-education law.
"In reality, it would rob poor and struggling students of the resources, supports, and funding they need to succeed."
Ever since Bush's No Child Left Behind, teachers, parents, administrators and lawmakers have been at odds over how to judge schools, kids and teachers.
Labor must launch a massive education campaign about the value of unions, to counter right wing propaganda and to forestall deepening nationwide cynicism.
At stake in this whiplash fight to fund public education is whether the SRC can abrogate the contract with the PFT, imposing its terms.