Changes in American Education Are Forcing Huge Numbers of Black Teachers From Public Schools
Mark Shedd, Philadelphia’s Superintendent of Schools in the late 1960s, was a true reformer. He took steps to change the way schools operated and strived to integrate schools and faculties. He would despair to see what today’s “reformers” have done to the district he worked so hard to improve… Read the Truthdig article and then make sure you dig deeper and read the Mother Jones article it’s linked to.
An estimated 26,000 African-American teachers have disappeared from some of the nation’s neediest campuses, even as the overall teaching workforce increased by 134,000, reports Mother Jones. – 2016/09/08