Why Teachers Are in Revolt


This post is by Barry Ritholtz from The Big Picture


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Source: The Upshot   From Upshot: the underlying conflict between public school employees and policymakers has roots in decisions made during the last recession, when states and local districts short of cash curtailed education spending for the first time in decades. This had a pronounced effect on school staffing, with layoffs hitting many states. Districts…

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