A Williamson County teacher explains what it is like to be a teacher in Tennessee right now:
Of course, the legislature is responding in the only way they know how:
This type of attack has been going on for more than a decade now:
Make no mistake. These cuts are intentional. The forces of privatization are using all the tools to erode the teaching profession and set public schools up to fail. The nail in the coffin will likely be a new state funding formula that paves a path for a voucher scheme.
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