Jason Freed, President of the Tucson Education Association, is very upset. The teachers’ union boss is apparently a math teacher, not an English teacher. That would explain the incoherent tone of his response to the Freedom Center’s op-ed on student civil rights.
Daniel Greenfield, with the David Horowitz Freedom Center, is wrong. Rep. Finchem’s legislation is an attack on teachers, attempting to address the non-issue of politics in the classroom. Greenfield coming to his aide, while misrepresenting the Freedom Center, is akin to the fabricated notion of voter fraud.
Unclear second sentence. Please elaborate. Also it’s “aid”, not “aide”.
If it’s a non-issue, then why worry about a bill regulating a problem that doesn’t exist?
Rep. Finchem is attempting to scold and punish educators, as we were part of the largest demonstration in Arizona’s history.
This sentence reads like it was written by someone in a hurry or unfamiliar with the English language. Please rewrite.
Mr. Finchem has been a vocal opponent of AEA and the #REDforED movement, with this being further evidence.
Further evidence of what? Please write more clearly and state your subject.
Rep. Finchem, commit to drastic increases in education funding, actually addressing a problem within Arizona education
This sentence is beyond my help. It reads like a highway accident in which words and premises randomly collided with each other in a spray of social justice outrage.
While you’re at it, get a K-12 teaching degree and help us educate Arizona’s youth.
Can we start by educating the head of the Tucson Education Association?