Sometimes the messenger matters.
You wouldn’t expect Native Americans to believe an apology from Christopher Columbus.
You wouldn’t expect African Americans to believe an apology from David Duke.
So why the heck do the Democrats expect teachers to believe an apology from John King!?
The acting U.S. Secretary of Education is – himself – responsible for more attacks on public educators than almost anyone else.
In his former role as New York Chancellor of Education, he refused to fix a school system he was responsible for destroying all the while pointing his finger at teachers.
However, late last month in his new federal position, King gave a speech at a Philadelphia high school acknowledging the mistakes of the Obama administration in tying teachers’ evaluations to student test scores – a practice he was guilty of in New York.
“I think there’s just such an urgency around making…
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