The challenge to the reign of the education establishment is showing all kinds of crevices among Democrats and those positions that had once protected the status quo.
From James A. Williams, Superintendent of Buffalo Public Schools:
“I’m not afraid of charter schools. I want to learn from them.”
And from Arne Duncan, CEO of Chicago Public Schools:
“[Creating charter schools] is about a lot more than education. It’s really about a movement for social justice. Our kids desperately need to have the best education possible.”
“I’m not an ideological person but I like the competition and choice [charter schools] provide.”
Again, thanks to M. Goldstein for forwarding these.