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Despite what they’re being told over and over, by politicians and pundits who’ve never set foot in the classroom, that our nation’s schools are “broken” and populated with “ineffective” uncaring teachers, parents engaged in real-world education talk like their local schools and expect them to evaluate teachers, not to punish them, but to help them improve.

As President Obama said this week, fixing our educational system is “not about more money.” He and the other elites clamoring for closing public schools and firing teachers spew this nonsense while people who actually know something about education point out, as Diane Ravitch did recently, that the “resource gap” in education is what’s behind so many failings in our system. In fact, “in most states wealthy communities spend two to three times or more per pupil than what is spent in the poorest communities.” Go to the original…


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