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Real Reform and Faux Reform…a comment posted by Tracey Douglas(comments page 2) in response to Arne Duncan:

Arne: “The urgency for reform has never been greater.”

Teachers have been advocating for real reform: fully funding education especially at the most high-needs schools; implementi­ng a deep, well-round­ed, developmen­tally appropriat­e curriculum­; reinstatem­ent of vocational education; smaller class sizes; eliminatio­n of high stakes testing; freedom from scripted curriculum­; freedom to innovate; and opening addressing the effects of poverty on our children.
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