As students prepare to begin another school year, their teachers are hopping mad, NPR reports. They’re facing layoffs and deep budget cuts and many say they’re tired of being blamed unfairly for just about everything that’s wrong in public education. They’re so mad that many are bypassing their unions and mounting a campaign of their own to restore the public’s faith in their profession. Betsy Leis, a middle school teacher in Florida, is one of these angry teachers…

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