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前回は25000名の教師からTIMEへの請願書の署名が集まったと紹介しましたが、火曜日には8万人を超えたようです。

“Rotten Apples:” TIME’s controversial cover sparking teacher tenure debate nationwide
POSTED 6:22 PM, OCTOBER 28, 2014, BY DANA CHICKLAS, UPDATED AT 08:33PM, OCTOBER 28, 2014

The AFT started a petition urging TIME to apologize to educators. As of Tuesday afternoon, AFT representatives told FOX 17 there are 83,238 unique signatures.

“(Teachers) are part of the public portion of what is happening to children, but I think you have to consider poverty, you have to consider the economy, you have to consider the parents, the income: all of those things play into how successful a student will be at school,” said Bouwense.

TIMEが請願書に応じて謝罪をしたかどうかはまだ分かりません。月曜日の時点ではまだわからないようです。whether they issue an official apology as requested by the AFT petition remains to be seen.としています。remains to be seenという表現は日本語的発想ではサッと出ないですね。

Time After Time: Why Teachers Are So Frustrated With Time's 'Rotten Apples' Cover Story
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Posted: 10/27/2014 11:01 am EDT Updated: 10/27/2014 11:59 am EDT

Time has welcomed responses on its website, but whether they issue an official apology as requested by the AFT petition remains to be seen. A public apology would only be the first time in addressing the issue, however. As an kindergarten teacher can tell you (that is, if they're asked for their opinion and not told what their opinion should be), we know that actions speaker louder than words. What actions will Time take to demonstrate its commitment to education?

TIMEは謝罪こそしていないようですが、教師や教師組合の方たちに反論の場を与えているようです。以下のような大物たちが回答を載せています。

Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, responds here.
Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.), Senior Democrat on the House Education and the Workforce Committee, responds here.
Christopher Ciampa, a teacher from Los Angeles, responds here.
Lily Eskelsen García, President of the National Education Association, responds here.
Courtney Brousseau, a high school senior from Thousand Oaks, Calif., responds here.
Billy Easton, the Executive Director of the Alliance for Quality Education, responds here.
Gary Bloom, former Santa Cruz City Schools Superintendent, responds here.
Stuart Chaifetz, a New Jersey parent, responds here.
Educators from the Badass Teachers Association respond here.

この騒動は少し続きそうな感じですね。
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