First, Greenberg exhibited a distinct political animus toward Rothschild. That fact makes it difficult to buy that Greenberg’s subsequent defense of school systems is not, of itself, political. Secondly, both readings left me with the feeling that Greenberg’s portrayal of school systems was a bit Polyannaish. Greenberg says that “the classroom isn’t the appropriate setting for … promoting any political agenda.” Agreed. Then it’s implied that “formal training and mandatory refresher courses regarding professional ethics and their responsibilities” will prevent “proselytizing personal beliefs.” Not necessarily so. Greenberg makes brief mention of the possibilities with the statement “for the isolated cases where a teacher’s actions” stray from accepted practices. I will agree that most teachers are not problematic, but inappropriate relationships and the sharing or infliction of a teacher’s personal political views is all too common across the country. We’ve seen and heard some of them in videos and audio recordings — others remain unknown.