3 thoughts on “Charter Schools forEdualch

  1. This is so disturbing. And because it requires careful reading, it gets overlooked, dismissed, or written-off as an exaggeration by elitist academics. Thank you for articulating this dense issue so concisely, for the layperson, because now I understand even more than I did before. So, we share this and make noise, and now that President Obama is back with us, talking to students in Chicago, maybe someone who can string a full sentence together will actually read it, and get it. Or not. Maybe, it will turn out that the grizzly bears are armed, and have their conceal and carry permits in order, and we will simply not have to worry about any of this charter school nonsense at all, because we will be too busy ducking, and running for our lives.

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