Thursday, March 19, 2015

NY Post: Cuomo Numbers Drop on Ed Plan Despite Our Idiot, Biased, Assinine Assault on Teachers and the Union

And the same to you Student First, DFER, Eva, etc.
What does this tell us about the ed deform chorus with their millions of dollars?

Go ahead and read all these reports - I can't bear to do so myself - and see if anyone raises the idea that all these astroturf ed deform orgs with their millions of bucks - and the bullshit rally in Albany - can't not only move the needle in their direction, but have managed to move the needle in reverse.

Rise & Shine


Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s statewide approval rating fell to 50 percent – the lowest it’s been since he took office in 2011 – largely due to his proposed education policy changes, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. The poll released Wednesday shows just 28 percent of voters approve of the governor’s actions on education.


The New York Daily News published a round-up of guest columns on the education policy initiatives being pushed by some of the most powerful players with seats at the table. Whether it’s mayoral control of city schools, changing the teacher evaluation system, raising the charter-school cap, increasing overall education funding, turning around low-performing schools – everyone has an opinion.

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