Gates Foundation evolves in its approach to teachers

06/9/2013 | Seattle Times, The

There are signs the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is seeking to involve more teachers in its mission to improve education. Teachers may be wary from past criticism of the profession and its unions, but foundation officials reached out in a gathering of teachers in Arizona. "We are very clear -- your voices have to be at the table. We want to make sure you are at the center of the dialogue," Allan Golston, president of the foundation's U.S. programs, told the group.

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