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Chicago's teachers, like those elsewhere, have led the way in making demands for students to return to safe classrooms. The media are scapegoating them for the failures of politicians to meet or even consider those demands, while advancing a privatization agenda.
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The first in a series: In which we finesse the occupational hazard of keeping student names straight.
by Robert Cohen
Howard Zinn speaking in 2009. Credit: Wiki Commons.
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