Contemporary school reform is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the 1%. If the 30 richest people in the country and their money were raptured tomorrow, it would have a devastating effect on the school reform enterprise.
Everyone working in school reform is not in the 1%, but they are probably funded by the 1%, or working for public money that is being actively leveraged (a word reformers like to use in this context) by the 1%. Everyone who works at Bank of America isn’t rich, but it doesn’t mean you can’t criticize Bank of America. Same for KIPP.
…reform opponents need to make sure not to discredit themselves by trying to
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