Should teachers force students to learn?

05/7/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Cossondra George, who teaches middle-school math and social studies, admits that she will use any means -- including threats, when necessary -- to coerce her students into learning. That, she says, is a teacher's job: to teach students what they need to know and prepare them for an adult life often filled with coercion.

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