Nov 02, 2015

It Was a Bad Week for Education Reform at the End of an Awful Era of Corporate School Reform | John Thompson

Test-driven, market-driven reform became exceptionally destructive when conservatives were joined by liberals and neo-liberals. As contemporary reform movement morphed in corporate school reform, the big donors' public relations gurus spun it into a supposed "civil rights" issue.

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