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Charter School Movement: 'Insidious Plan' to Take Over Public Education

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Take over public schools& give taxpayer money to charters.
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Reprinted from www.citywatchla.com

Charter School Movement: 'Insidious Plan' to Take Over Public Education by Susan Lee Schwartz

07 November 2016

LOS ANGELES

  • COMMENTARY--David Leonhardt says: "Charter schools -- public schools that operate outside the normal system -- have become a quarrelsome subject, alternately hailed as saviors and criticized as an overrated fad." There is no such thing as public charter school. Period. And, they are certainly no "fad," but rather, a ploy to end our public school system.

It is propaganda about "public" charter schools that confuses the public. Our citizens are unaware of the plan and the ploy by the Educational Industrial Complex to end public schools by starving their budgets, using bogus tests to label them failing and then hand them over to those who want to do so much more than just make a fortune.

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I read and admire the writing of David Leonhardt, but it is outrageous, that once again, the New York Times perpetuates the absolute false notion that there are Public Charter Schools.

Giving taxpayer's money to charter schools that lack transparency and regulations does NOT make them PUBLIC SCHOOLS, and yet, this ploy is on the ballots in Massachusetts, Georgia, Pennsylvania and many states.

Do not pretend that your paper is printing all the "news that is fit to print," when you consistently promote the end of public education instead of printing the stories that could make our schools strong again. Make America great again by bringing back our schools so an ignoramus like Trump will face a nation of educated, skilled, working people who love democracy!

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I have been an educator for four decades and I now write at Oped News and on the Diane Ravitch blog about the takeover of the institution of Public Education.

Dr. Ravitch wrote, "How Not to Fix Our Public Schools-Reign of Error: The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to America's Public Schools," and you [LA Times] have published her editorial, but you have learned nothing about the plan to takeover our democracy by doing what every dictator (and even the Saudi's know) get the children when they are young -- because they are not kids for long; soon they will be citizens who vote.

The insidious plan is to let people like these guys rewrite history. "Get 'em young"" as they are doing in North Carolina, where the Koch Bros want to write social studies curricula.

Read the Ravitch blog: "Civics Lessons Financed by the Koch Brothers" | Diane Ravitch's blog and you will see the end of public education.

They also know that Democracy depends on shared knowledge, and they know how to end real knowledge by simply taking over the 15,880 school systems, and make sure the newspapers and media spit out lies.

Fifty-two states and almost sixteen thousand separate school systems make it so easy for the puppet-masters who own all the media in this nation to hide this assault on American democracy, and the only road to income equality.

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We saw how privatizing heath care affected our people while enriching the corporate big pharma!

There is a ton of money to be made when the salaries and benefits of experienced professionals are removed from the budget. Take the experienced professional out of a hospital and watch it fail, too.

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