Who Is My Party?

Neither side of the aisle in Washington State really seems to be helping me? To whom do I turn?

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3 thoughts on “Who Is My Party?

  1. Ryan

    I hear ya, brother. The best conversations I’ve had on education lately are with Representatives who swing so far to the right they’d make Ellen Craswell go “Damn!”, and that’s a state of cognitive dissonance that I can’t quite get past.

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  2. Gym334

    Turn to teachers, and ask them to get together in one group that wants (demands even) less help from the top of the pyramid, and more freedom to do a great job for kids.

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  3. drpezz Post author

    I would love to turn to my fellow teachers. I hope the recent downturn in my state means the malaise regarding the union’s work dissipates and more involvement begins.

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