Do you believe that Teachers Unions are part of the problem in education?

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After watching the debate: Don’t Blame Teachers Unions For Our Falling Schools: A Debate . Do you believe that Teachers’ Unions are part of the problem in education? Why or why not? Provide examples to support your position. You may want to focus on the following key concepts: Education, Schooling, Hidden Curriculum

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School: New York University


Running head : TEACHERS UNIONS


Teachers unions and the problems within the education sector



Teachers unions and the problems within the education sector
Teachers unions are indeed to blame and an integral part of the problems that face the
education sector. Similar to most other unions, teachers unions are formed, not to ensure
efficiency and accountability in the delivery of services, but to defend the teachers and fight
for their rights. In this case, the teachers may lose focus as a result of the surety that their
actions will be defended by some superior and powerful body that has a higher infl...

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