Teacher: What school reformers don’t know


Policy makers and pundits don’t stop giving their opinions but we don’t hear enough from teachers in the debate about school reform, the Washington Post reports. Many teachers ear their jobs may be jeopardized if they express their opinions; others say they have no time sit down and write a thoughtful piece. One who accepted my invitation to write about the most pressing issues is Lisa Farhi of Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland, who has worked as consulting teacher within the school district’s professional growth system, a kindergarten classroom teacher and now a staff development teacher…

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