What’s with all the white men in #edreform debates (PS, I’m a white dude)? http://t.co/GELNgtH0db(sigh. I'm not going to go into the very problematic nature of the post itself. )
— At the Chalk Face (@thechalkface) March 12, 2014
Here's what I see when I wade into your edreform debates:
Whatever @wendykopp & @tomfriedman learned on trip 2 China we probably won't hear about ed practices like this... pic.twitter.com/xb4ifwFJzu
— EduShyster (@EduShyster) October 26, 2013
Shanghai: highest test scores on PISA but look at this! http://t.co/AEoWwG1tRq(edit: The link is redirecting strangely. It goes to a story about a building collapse in Shanghai)
— Diane Ravitch (@DianeRavitch) December 6, 2013
The Fugitive Slave Act (FSA) & the #CCSS are battles in long running cold wars between competing views of human nature. #FSACCSS
— Fred Bartels (@fredbartels) December 5, 2013
Michigan Teacher: EAA Is Like the Tuskegee Experiment http://t.co/o8DYdplnYv
— Diane Ravitch (@DianeRavitch) February 7, 2014
@TheJLV @mdawriter If you don't know the diff between an exp that destroyed the lives of 100s of AAs vs. exterminating 4MM, I can't help ya
— Chris Savage (@Eclectablog) February 9, 2014
Mom to Arne: My Concerns Are Not About Race, Class, or Gender http://t.co/FftxH5PJhF
— Diane Ravitch (@DianeRavitch) November 19, 2013
NYT: @johnkingnysed Faces Barrage of Complaints re #CommonCore, testing & data sharing http://t.co/G0KTHD7bo5 sadly @TNTP plays race card
— leonie haimson (@leoniehaimson) November 18, 2013
So @BadassTeachersA is removing posts from there page about white privilege. Sorta says a lot, no?
— Ken Libby (@kenmlibby) November 13, 2013
@TheJLV @jybuell @kenmlibby @mdawriter clarification- BATs does vote 2 delete posts tht single out ANY race-insults membrs & becmes divisive
— Badass Teachers Asso (@BadassTeachersA) November 13, 2013
Would you rather have BTA keep up posts about Hitler and other racially charged items? We stay focused @mdawriter @DataDiva @larkster_Erin
— ATeachersPerspective (@TeachrPerspctve) November 13, 2013
@rweingarten @mdawriter @BadassTeachersA @TheJLV @jybuell @kenmlibby @McFiredogg And we're all supposed to be on the same side.You use our faces. You use our pain. You use our history.
— Gail Richmond (@gailDrich) November 14, 2013
You expect our silence.
We can perform but we can't be recognized.
We are not your weapon. We are not your shield. We are not to be talked about without ever being talked with. Why do you only see White men in edreform debates? Maybe you're taking part in the wrong debates.
We are on twitter. We are on television. We are speaking. You're. Just. Not. Listening.