States Use ESSA to Accelerate Online and Blended Classrooms
When the ESEA was boiled down into a racist states rights version, labeled ESSA, and quickly passed, it was Diane Ravitch and her loyal ghostwriters who hailed the new law as a huge success.
She even gave Lamar Alexander's office nine (9) separate opportunities to sell the high tech and charter incentive stimulus bill as the greatest federal funding event since 1965, when ESEA was originally passed.
The world found out later, of course, that ESSA had been the preferred deal cut by the Clintons and their corporate funders. AFT, NEA, FairTest, and NPE had been trotted out to sell it, and sell it they did.
Now the chickens are coming home to roost, and we hear nothing from Ravitch and the Clintonians about how god-awful this ESSA piece of dreck really is.
Ravitch and her sheeple are spending all their time jabbing at their DeVos voodoo dolls and poring over their extended blog posts that try as they might to distinguish bad privatization (for profit online charters) from good privatization (nonprofit blended charters).
Will someone ask Ravitch, Monty, Randi, Lily, and the rest of the zombie resistance gang to explain once more why they supported ESSA? Or the benefits of hooking up children to more alienating and isolating total surveillance computer screens, even as their teachers wander the classroom feeling inadequate, guilty, and cut off from their students?
New report linked here from Yahoo Finance page on states' plan to expand depersonalized learning through ESSA. Schools Matter: States Use ESSA to Accelerate Online and Blended Classrooms: