Sunday, October 03, 2010

Davis Guggenheim on School Reform

"I think unions should defend their workers. They should get teachers paid a lot more money. But they should not get...they should not be so deeply involved in how schools are run and in how the state capitals decide where to go with school reform."

In other words: I trust politicians more than teachers. That's the enduring lesson of Waiting for Superman.

"I'm not saying that teachers shouldn't be involved--I'm saying that they shouldn't be in the way of school reform."

In other words:  As long as we agree, you can be involved.  If we disagree, then you obstructionist jerks can bugger off.

KUOW's Weekday program from this past Wednesday.

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