@TeachForAmerica Airlines: Fly Us! We Build Plane in Air

Would you really want your child to be taught by a TFA recruit during their first two years? Find out here what your child would be getting.

Cloaking Inequity

“I fly a lot,” he says. “Let’s say you go to the airport and you have a choice of three different pilots. One has trained for 30 hours online, the second has five weeks in the summer, and the third has studied, become certified and has spent a year as an intern. Which airplane would you choose?”

From For Teachers, Many Paths Into The Classroom … Some Say Too Many at NPR.org

So I asked major airlines on Twitter if they would hire pilots without a license or experience, but who were very intelligent. Here is what they told me.Screen Shot 2014-09-07 at 2.43.36 PMScreen Shot 2014-09-07 at 2.49.50 PMScreen Shot 2014-09-17 at 10.23.13 AMScreen Shot 2014-09-07 at 2.43.56 PMScreen Shot 2014-09-17 at 10.42.12 AM

So there you have it. Could the airlines have said it any better? If I want to be a pilot for a major airline, well, being bright, uncertified and lacking training just won’t work out for me. Unless of course I want to fly for Teach For America Airlines.

So JCrew has apparently…

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