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You don’t normally see movie reviews in the business section, but of course “Waiting for Superman” isn’t a normal movie.

It’s actually more like an expensive, extended advertisement for charter schools, a cause dear to the icy little hearts of the corporate powers-that-be because charters are a way to glom onto the multi-billions of dollars in U. S. education budgets through school privatization, break the teachers’ unions to make way for cheaper school labor, and further advantage already-advantaged folks such as their middle class workers. Go to the original…

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