Monday, December 12, 2016

CURMUDGUCATION: An A-Plus Method of Liberating Money

CURMUDGUCATION: An A-Plus Method of Liberating Money:

An A-Plus Method of Liberating Money



The Very Conservative Heritage Foundation has posted on Facebook a video with their six suggestions for the first 100 days of Betsy DeVos's attempt to drive the Department of Education into the privatization ditch (they might have phrased it a little differently).




  1. Support states as they work to exit Common Core.
  2. Call on Congress to pass the A-Plus Act returning power to the states.
  3. Reauthorize the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship
  4. Cancel the Department of Education guidance on transgender bathrooms.
  5. Rescind the Obama Administration’s heavy-handed education regulations.
  6. Create Education Savings Accounts for children at Bureau of Indian Education schools.
Some of these are old familiar friends, like getting rid of Common Core (or at least that name for one-size-fits-all bone-headed unproven amateur-created standards), policing student peeing, or maintaining the DC school choice program. There's even the slightly creative idea of using Native American students as lab rats for one more foot-in-the-door voucher program.

But #2 may seem unfamiliar, or like a ghost from the past. It may seem an especially odd thing for 
CURMUDGUCATION: An A-Plus Method of Liberating Money:

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