A CONVERSATIONWITH P.J. O’ROURKE
School’s back in session, everyone. Did you buy enough rainbow pencil sharpeners, teletherapy family gift cards, and N95 masks? (Just kidding – you can’t get those.) 2021’s the year we try to revive American education – this and a generation of children, all falling casualty to misguided policies and petty partisanship. We left learning and their young minds as neglected as their discarded Chromebooks on families’ living room floors, with the muffled sounds of a 26-year-old grad student trying to eke out minimum wage dribbling out of their pink headphones on yet another Zoom call. But before corona, Delta, or the inevitable Omega, there’s always been plenty wrong with America’s classrooms. The dismal pay of educators and lack of essential resources is contrasted with the overgenerous compensation of admin... interwoven with the stranglehold of professional mediocrity enforced by the teachers’ unions.
American education was already a mess... And last year nearly killed it.
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