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Gates evaluation schemes bad for schools; bad for business

The last time Wall Street became heavily involved with the working poor, the sub-prime lending meltdown was the result. Now we can expect a new but similar fiasco through Wall Street’s involvement with education reform. Furthermore, Bill Gates is of course the champion of corporate mismanagement at Microsoft and his lack of a balanced vision is eroding Microsoft’s ability to compete globally.

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