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Education Profiteering: Wall Street's Next Big Thing?

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It is well known, although rarely acknowledged in the press, that the education reform movement has been financed and led by the corporate class. For over 20 years large business oriented foundations, such as Gates (Microsoft), Walton (Wal-Mart) and Broad (Sun Life) have poured billions into charter school start-ups, sympathetic academics and pundits, media campaigns (including Hollywood movies) and sophisticated nurturing of the careers of privatization promoters who now dominate the education policy debate from local school boards to the US Department of Education.

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I don't know if they were privately owned, but my ... by Kim Cassidy on Tuesday, Oct 16, 2012 at 11:51:34 PM