Don’t Trust Invested Advocates in Edureform Wars

04 Apr

School choice is a shell game, a con, don’t believe anyone or anything else.

dr. p.l. (paul) thomas

South Carolina remains a disturbing subset of the larger education reform movement effectively dismantling but not improving pubic schools, institutions that have historically and are currently failing vulnerable student populations who need public opportunities more than anyone.

Charleston is now the battle ground over expanding charter schools and embracing the already failed turnaround or takeover models that many early adopters in other states are ending.

The public version of the debate has included the following:

Beyond the specifics of the issues of this debate about takeover policies and charter school expansion (and the implications of privatizing public…

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Posted by on April 4, 2016 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “Don’t Trust Invested Advocates in Edureform Wars

  1. ciedie aech

    April 5, 2016 at 12:28

    The fight over saving public opportunity is exactly what you say, now, in 2016: A true battleground. The fight is becoming bigger and bolder and more organized each year.

    • Lloyd Lofthouse

      April 5, 2016 at 15:59

      Those who want to destroy the republic that was built by the U.S. Founding fathers have very deep pockets and agendas that have nothing in common with the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. I fear, rightly, that the only way they will be stopped is a bloody revolution that either ends in 99% of the people dead and enslaved or the 1% banished from the Earth.


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