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About me

Gender Male
Industry Education
Occupation Teacher - Retired
Location New York, United States
Introduction Norm Scott worked in the NYC school system from 1967 to 2002, spending 30 of those years teaching elementary school in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn (District 14). He retired in July 2002. He has been active in education reform and in the UFT, often as a critic of union policy, since 1970, working with a variety of groups. In 1996 he began publishing Education Notes, a newsletter for teachers attending the UFT Delegate Assembly. In 2002, he expanded the paper into a 16-page tabloid, printing up to 25,000 copies distributed to teacher mailboxes through Ed Notes supporters. Education Notes started publishing a blog in Aug. 2006. Norm also writes the School Scope education column for The Wave, the Rockaway Beach community newspaper.
Interests union organizing, gardening, writing, robotics, community theater
Favorite Movies Casablanca, Airplane. The Usual Suspects - and that one too- where are you Kaiser Sosa?
Favorite Music Beatles, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, The Eagles. Don't ask me about any music past the 70's.
Favorite Books Currently historical non-fiction -