OPINION | Education reform industry targets Twin Cities


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  1. When MinnCan and educatin philanthropists first came on the scene I was heartened to think things might actually be different than the RheeFrm that had so devastated places like Washington D.C., New Orleans, and Philadelphia. MinnCan’s first stated priority was early childhood education. Something that actually had proven impact on improving education for the most at risk. 

    It seemed like about a month before MinnCan and other local money pivoted away from reforms that work to reforms that have no correlation to educational achievement. The bulk of the efforts went towards union busting and human resources reforms, and going after teachers.  With zero correlation between their largest efforts and achievement, it has to be obvious to any thinking person where these reforms agenda lies. 

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