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The next 12 months will determine whether privatizing trends of the last decade are reversing or merely stalling

Ajarn Donald‘s insight:

For people looking to “disrupt” public education, it’s become requisite to bemoan the “educational status quo” — a phrase meant to evoke images of poor kids striving against the impediments of failing schools and incompetent teachers. Those who question these disruptors’ methodologies are cast aside as hidebound intransigents who likely have some vested interest in an ossified order.

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