Texas K-12 public educators, for the most part, are big-hearted, caring, and wonderful people. They are well schooled in their profession, but, often, not as well informed about state-level politicians.
This series of blogs is intended to shed light on an important, misunderstand, and understudied subject: politicians and the politics of education. It will not make their seemingly kid-hating, irrational, education decisions agreeable, just understandable.
Please note that throughout this series descriptions of politicians are not of any one individual but generalizations unless otherwise specified.