Today’s read is from Star Parker, the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), a Washington D.C. based public policy institute that promotes market-based solutions to fight poverty, and a nationally syndicated columnist.
Here’s a brief excerpt:
Two prestigious organizations now urge that schools reopen and emphasize how critically important physical presence is in education.
Who has been on the front line pushing back against the president? Yes, of course, the teachers unions.
No surprise. The NEA’s priority has never been educating children. Its priority is protecting its members — teachers.