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Is School Reform Getting Too Corporate?

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US News raises questions about the growth of business-sponsored school reform efforts (Businesses Want To Build Better Employees) and the differences between what they want (trained and skilled employees) vs. what other reformers want (closing the achievement gap, etc.). It would be a big shift if federal policymaking focused more on competitiveness than equity -- Title I has always been more about that than anything else -- but it could happen. Whatever floats your boat, I say.
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Is it possible that greater competition might increase the quality of living for all, even if greater equity is not achieved?

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