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Government by Friedman

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On January 17, 2017
Betsy DeVos is a devotee of Milton Friedman and will be bringing his ideas about education into the Department of Education. Milton Friedman, patron saint of the free market, died in 2006, but his ideas about public education live on in the thought and deeds of Betsy DeVos, likely the next U.S. Secretary of Education. […]

ITT Is No More

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On September 6, 2016

One of the Obama’s administration’s signature late achievements is going after for-profit colleges. Embattled for-profit college company ITT Educational Services, Inc. is officially shutti

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NAACP and Charter Schools

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On August 30, 2016
Above: Charter school hacks Glad to see the NAACP come out against charter schools and the fraud that they offer African-Americans a better education. With charter schools educating as many as half the students in some American cities, they have been championed as a lifeline for poor black children stuck in failing traditional public schools. […]
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Texas Education

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On May 12, 2016
I didn’t really mean this to be “pick on Texas” day, but don’t blame me, blame Texas. Remember those nice Texas history standards from a few years back that decided that slavery was a “side issue to the Civil War” and mandated that McCarthyism be portrayed in a positive light? Well, one of the former […]
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