Education: A Money Pit?

Erica Holloway Erica Holloway 2 Comments

“A cohesive education bureaucracy isn’t necessarily a good thing – not if that cohesion serves to preserve an unsatisfactory status quo at a time when school districts and states across the nation are climbing on the reform bandwagon.” – A Chance for Education Cohesion @sdut Frankly, that statement doesn’t go far enough when you look at once-failing school districts in …

Paycheck Protection is Back, More Innovative and Even More Critical

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You’ve likely heard about the Citizen Power Initiative, commonly known as Paycheck Protection, that backers are working to qualify for the November ballot. The measure would prohibit the state government from withholding from public employees’ paychecks any money that is to be used for political purposes. Fundamentally, it would transform what has been since 1978 an involuntary system of workers …