Real Advice for Real Teachers in Our Toughest Schools
Thursday April 24th 2014

Posts Tagged ‘teachers in wisconsin’

Greatest Hits: Accepting the Fact That Nothing Will Change

Greatest Hits: Accepting the Fact That Nothing Will Change

After a year of blogging, I'm posting some of my most popular posts here at Teach 4 Real. With the middle class disappearing as we speak, I thought this REAL assessment of the state of education is particularly timely. At some point we all need to [...]

Connecting Test Scores to Teacher Pay: If It’s Not Being Done Right, Should We Still Do It?

A recent PPIC survey on education shows 69% of Californians believe student achievement should be closely tied with teachers’ salaries. This shows a greater concern about teacher quality, likely brought on by recent attacks on teachers unions. [...]

Marching Against the Middle Class in Wisconsin

Let's forget about the fact that Scott Walker actually inherited a surplus when he took office as governor of Wisconsin. Lets forget about the fact that he got rid of that surplus by giving tax breaks to corporations and the wealthy. And lets forget [...]