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“Public School Reform in the Age of Venture Philanthropy” by Joanne Barkan. Excellent analysis of how corporate foundations “keep marketing and selling reforms that don’t work.”

The cost of K12 public schooling in the United States comes to well over $500 billion per year. So, how much influence could anyone in the private sector exert by controlling just a few billion … Go to the original…


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