December 10, 2012
Reblogged from Louisiana Voice: Editor's note: Occasionally we post guest commentary and today's offering contains what we feel is significant information about the existence of so-called "shadow schools." The author of this essay is a former employee of the Department of Education (DOE) who possesses information not readily available to the public because of the […]
October 3, 2012
Reblogged from Diane Ravitch's blog: Because I was traveling in Texas over the weekend, I didn't see Bill Moyers' report on ALEC. I watched it last night, and I hope you will too. If you want to understand how we are losing our democracy, watch this program. If you want to know why so many […]
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