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There is a debate about today’s educational system and the role teachers’ unions play in either preparing students to become productive citizens, or whether they are merely “indoctrinating” students.
Last week, for example, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated in an interview that he believed that Randi Weingarten, the head of the American Federation of Teachers, is the world’s “most dangerous person.”
“f you ask, ‘Who’s the most likely to take this republic down?’ It would be the teacher’s unions, and the filth that they’re teaching our kids, and the fact that they don’t know math and reading or writing,” Pompeo stated.
This, of course drew a sharp rebuke from Weingarten.
So, what’s really happening in the post-pandemic classrooms across America?
In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, host Peter List is joined by a college student and a high school student, respectively, who shared some of their experiences in today’s classrooms.
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