Peter Callaghan (column, 2-17) laments that school reform proposals have become partisan. He is being willfully naive.
Yes, all school reform proposals have become politicized because almost no school “reform” bill comes from original ideas in the state where it is proposed. Any school reform bill needs scrutinizing to see if it is opening avenues for money to be extracted from our schools or setting the groundwork for later actions that will redistribute the wealth of the schools to private corporations.
Confiscation of our tax dollars under the guise of “reform” is the expertise of ALEC – the American …