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We KNOW how to make all schools better and privatization is not how to do it. Give the children in Memphis the SAME conditions Haslam and Huffman chose for their own children at Webb and Harpeth Hall (respectively)- class sizes between 12-15 students, fully resourced libraries, music, art, and athletic facilities, guidance counselors, social workers, and fully staffed health clinics.
The Friedman Foundation is an education know-nothing think tank overflowing with money from wealthy dilettantes who do not send their own children to public schools. Friedman was last year's winner of a bunkum award from the University of CO for its low quality education recommendations:http://nepc.colorado.edu/think-tank/b...New York City spent $50 million on a voucher program that was an utter failure for students and parents. Every voucher program in the US has seen public money sucked out of the public coffers, with no discernible gains for children, and diminished choices for parents of children with disabilities and those difficult to teach.Kevin Huffman, education profiteersm and our politicians are enriching billionaires with our public school funds:http://www.thenation.com/blog/172551/...
It's time to dump Huffman and bring in a real educator to TN's dept of education.
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