Arielle Zurzolo

President, Asociacion de Maestros Unidos

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President of the Asociación de Maestros Unidos, the union representing Green Dot teachers

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President Obama's Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, told a recent labor-management conference that, in these very tough economic times, school districts and teachers' unions can solve…

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