SOS March: What People Are Saying
Here are some of the best / most eye-catching comments on the upcoming #sosmarch - feel free to add more:
Advocating for a Public that Often Disagrees With You EdSector: The American public—that they claim to champion—disagrees with much, if not most, of the K-12 education vision outlined by SOS’s organizers.
Schools march won’t unite us, but so what? Jay Mathews: If I were at the "Save Our Schools" march around the White House, my sign would say “Bring Us Together.”
If dogs became kings And the Pope chewed gum Sara Mead: How do we [bridge] the gap between systemic changes we seek and the emotional realities of what parents want in the most concrete of terms everyday for their children?
Coverage of the Reform Rishawn Biddle: The Baby Boomer teachers who oppose school reform are looking out for their retirements; like their colleagues outside of education, they are also dealing with tremendous debt burdens, and low levels of savings, so they may have to work longer than they want.