Dogs and cats living together, etc.
“Discussing the possibility of working with Gov. Scott Walker, Bell noted that teachers continue to provide input on policy and said if he’s willing to talk and listen, ‘we’re willing to be a partner.’ “
That would be the same Mary Bell who, less than a year ago, childishly refused to participate in the governor’s bipartisan state-wide “Read To Lead” task force to reform reading instruction methods.
It’s good to know that, even if too many of our children can’t, Bell CAN read the writing on the wall — at least, the message posted there by state voters last week.
Well, does Bell have a choice?
Read the rest at the Presteblog.
WUPN: We have to ask, who will work with who after the recent recall election. If the public sector unions want to work with the governor, Walker has the upper hand. The unions will have to work with what is best for the tax payers and not what is good for the leadership of the unions.
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