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The Students - Beth Fertig's Why cant U teach me 2 read?The Students - Beth Fertig's Why cant U teach me 2 read?

Beth Fertig introduces the main characters of WHY CANT U TEACH ME 2 READ? (Thank you to Matt Levine, Tim Robbins and Max Weissman of Departure Films and to editor Patricia Sunshine.)

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The Challenge - Beth Fertig's Why cant U teach me 2 read?The Challenge - Beth Fertig's Why cant U teach me 2 read?

Beth Fertig explains the relationship between Bloomberg's reforms and the Obama administration's plans for national education policy. (Departure Films, ed: Patricia Sunshine)

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The Mayor - Beth Fertig's Why cant U teach me 2 read?

Beth Fertig discusses the school reforms of New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg. (Departure Films, ed: Patricia Sunshine.)

Duration: 1:26

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