Gary Rubinstein started his teaching career in Teach for America, and he knows many of its successful alums.

Unlike many of them, he became a career teacher in New York City, and he began to see the world differently. About a decade ago, he became a critic of TFA, though always a civil critic.

In this post, he calls out certain TFA leaders because of their contempt for public school teachers.

Some TFA folk can’t get over the idea that they are superior to people who have chosen a career in teaching. Maybe it’s because TFA has $300 million in the bank and pays six-figure salaries that are far more than public school teachers will ever earn.