Moody’s Weighs in on Charter School Grudge Match
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  • rheddles

    Our public school systems do not have serious problems, the current implementation of government schools is a problem and it’s only solution is dissolution.

  • Pete

    One of the main problems here is a difference in priorities.

    The priority of the teachers unions is not ‘the children.’ That’s merely the fig leaf the unions use to squeeze more money out of the taxpayer. Rather, their priority is to have guaranteed jobs, on their terms, and without accountability.

    Society’s priority, however, is quite different. It is to have quality education provide to its children.

    If public education does not dance to society’s tune but instead is twisted by a special-interest group like the teachers unions, it should be dismantled. Who can disagree with that?

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