Yes, there is an army of public school teachers across the United States already fighting to save public education from greedy, autocratic billionaires like Bill Gates and Betsy DeVos.
How big is this army of public school teachers? In the U.S. military during World War II, an army was made up of 100,000 to 150,000 troops.
Since “Public school systems will employ about 3.2 million full-time-equivalent (FTE) teachers in fall 2018,” there is room for more than 32 armies made up of public school teachers, but we don’t need 32 armies. All we need is one or two — enough willing to shake the crap out of the greedy, lying, fraudulent, corporate pirates attempting to disrupt and hijack public education in the United States.
For instance, the Continental Army that George Washington led during the Revolution was estimated to number 200,000 troops at its high point. The…
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