“There’s no failed policy more in need of change than our government-run education monopoly, and you know that’s exactly what it is.”
It remains his most concrete executive policy offering to date. Yet it’s based on this characterization of public schools as a “government-run education monopoly.”
One wonders – is it true? Do we really have such a thing here in the U.S. or is it just propaganda to boost an unpopular education scheme?
The devil, it seems, is in the details.
The answer is both yes and no: Yes, public schools are…
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