Slide show on Mexican teachers' struggle

A young Oakland teacher, who wants to remain anonymous, sent me a slide show on the Mexican teachers' struggle that she put together and used with her sixth grade class. I think it's very good and much of it is instructive for a broader audience. Here's a link to it:

Like his counterpart to the north, the President of Mexico knows that the real threat to his nation is not greedy CEOs, corrupt corporations, or drug gangs -- so he sends his army and police, including mounted cops on horses, to attack protesting teachers. Photo by Al Jazeera.


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