Daily Archives: October 16, 2019

Bill Phillis: Never Thought This Would Happen in America

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Bill Phillis, retired deputy superintendent of schools for the state of Ohio, finds it hard to believe that a state legislature would seize control of a school district and remove its elected school…

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Court Injunctions Protect Immigrant Families from Imposition — Yesterday — of Trump’s Public Charge Rule

Originally posted on janresseger:
Last Friday, NPR reported the good news: “Federal judges in three states—New York, California and Washington—have issued temporary injunctions against the Trump administration’s ‘public charge’ rule, preventing it from taking effect on Oct. 15.” For NBC…

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Inside the shadowy world of the Arkansas school-“choice” movement – Part 6

Originally posted on Like a renegade…:
On July 12, 2012, the Walton Family Foundation issued a $1.2 million check to the Southern Arkansas University Foundation to cover the salaries and operating costs for the Arkansas Public School Resource Center, a…

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