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Reform: On Being Called A "Teacher Basher"

52505846"I feel bad for Guggenheim and Baldwin, but being called a union-basher or a teacher-hater only hurts if you give a cr*p. The arithmetic is simple: “If you say x, I will call you y. So don’t say x.” Each person makes his own judgment whether that’s a fair exchange. The only permissible alternative is to become Diane Ravitch, earning accolades for telling them exactly what they want to hear." - Mike Antonucci

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Isn't Antonucci the guy who spies on union meetings?

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