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[Q]uestions about how we should reform our nation’s schools have now entered the public consciousness in a very real way. The global financial crisis and our economic woes have collided with increased mainstream coverage of our failing educational system.

Education Week gets it.

They know that print resources are dead.

Look at their site!

They tease their readers with just enough of the article that you want to read on and then offer three different options of subscription to read the rest of the article.

$2.95 for the rest of the article if you just like this one or start a subscription. Sounds a lot like…


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What does this mean for teachers?

It means that soon we will be individually contracted out to families, schools or companies for teaching services.

Are you ready?