Original blog post in Education Week's "Teaching While Leading" blog by Phylis Hoffman.
Representatives, political analysts, and union leaders have spoken out in the recent debate on reauthorizing No Child Left Behind (NCLB), the current federal education law. (Or, as I prefer to call it, the Elementary Secondary Education Act or ESEA.) But the people most affected by the law - classroom teachers haven't had the chance to share their views. So I recently spoke with several colleagues to gather teachers' perspectives on ESEA. Love or hate are the first words that come to mind. Here are some reasons why.
To read the complete post, Education Week's "Teaching While Leading" blog.