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Public schools' historical neglect of special needs students led to many problems we currently have in special education.
Evaluating how school supplies impact education should be a higher priority.
Having teachers determine supply needs would save much waste in public schools.
High-tech supplies need to be carefully assessed to avoid wasting school districts' money and teachers' time.
Districts struggle with supplying the right amount of teacher training.
Teachers should not use students as personal aides.
Instituting healthy confrontation in public education could transform our schools for the better.
More ways school systems resist educational reforms.
The obstacles to teacher-initiated school reform are formidable.
Healthy confrontation is rare in our society, and schools have their own techniques to avoid it.
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