Opinion: Why it's wrong to blame teachers:

09/18/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Efforts to emphasize standardized test scores, alter teacher evaluations and do away with tenure have been driven by a "blame the teacher" attitude in education, three college professors argue in this piece. They write that successful districts encourage collaboration among teachers, administrators and union representatives.

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