Eric Adams is running for mayor of New York City.
He wants to assign hundreds of students to a single teacher because technology could allow it, and it costs less.
Of course, in Adams’ mind, the ridiculous student-teacher ratio is fine because *great teachers* with technology (aka, kids on laptops) produces “skillful” teaching. Consider Adams’ words in this February 2021 candidate interview with Citizens Budget Commission president, Andrew Rein, when Rein asks Adams about how much a “full year school year” would cost.
Apparently, Adams’ plan is the well-worn ed-reform idea of cost-cutting excellence:
Think about this for a moment, let’s go with the full year school year because that’s important to me. When you look at the heart of the dysfunctionality of our city, it’s the Department of Education. We keep producing, broken children that turn into broken adults and live in a broken system. 80% of the men…
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