The amazing teachers of the 60's and 70's - women who got into teaching because they were kept out corporate boardroom - are retired. They've been replace by Union types ... people who in a different economy would be selling shoes in some department store...
What were the teachers of the 60s and 70s doing?
Answer: They were **willingly** supporting, upholding, and establishing a socialist-funded, single-payer, godlessly secular, compulsory-use entitlement.
What did children risk learning in these socialist-entitlment schools?
1) The children learned to think and reason godlessly in their secular classes. They had to just to cooperate in their godlessly secular classrooms.
2) The children risked learning that any voting mob powerful enough to give them socialist-funded and single-payer schooling could give them **lots** of “free” stuff and they risked learning to be comfortable with the government threat of force to compel them to use it.
Modern government schooling was an evil idea from the beginning in the mid-1800s. It is built upon a foundation of socialist-funding and compulsion. It has never been more than generically Protestant in its lukewarm religious worldview. By my grandmother's day ( born 1894) government schooling was merely nodding to God on occasion and by the 60s was utterly godless.
**Good** teachers would never cooperate with this evil. They would shun it.
Women became teacher because they were kept out of the corporate boardroom? Let me guess, you think Betty Friedan is anti-feminist?