Lessons to learn: 1) all educators must find common cause and work together across “categories” that too often divide; and 2) elections matter, so get involved.
There are more lessons, but these are starting points.
Betsy DeVos is furious!
She and her family spent boatloads of money this election cycle and few of their candidates won.
Instead, lawmakers were largely selected by these things called… ew… voters.
She was so enraged that she used her platform as Secretary of Education – another prudent purchase by her family – to lash out at teachers unions for – get this – having too much influence!!!!!
“The teachers union has a stranglehold on many of the politicians in this country, both at the federal level and at the state-level.”
That’s rich coming from her, but one can see where she’s coming from.
In the midterms 23 states had double-digit percentage-point increases in turnout compared with 1982-2014. That resulted in a blue wave in the U.S. House – one of the largest and most diverse groups of freshman Congresspeople ever.
This is the
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