Sarah Gonzalez, WNYC's youth and families reporter, talks about her latest feature on the challenges teachers face when it comes to expressing their own political views with their students and teachers call to share their experiences.
ensuring students' emotional safety so they can learn is a compelling state interest that trumps 1st A right to tell them your views https://t.co/ilCJHJ5sDk
— Janet Price (@msjrprice) April 17, 2017
@BrianLehrer My students often thought I was conservative because of my choice of clothing, not allowing cursing, etc. They were agog when we'd discuss.
— Kristin Wald (@kdwald) April 17, 2017
@BrianLehrer Teacher's can't be morally ambiguous. They are molding the future everyday and have an obligation to show pros and cons
— Local Globalist (@RedSince1979) April 17, 2017
@BrianLehrer a good teacher should play devils advocate no matter what the students view are to create an informed environment
— Deron Sobers (@Deron0112) April 17, 2017