DFER’s achievement gap ‘bull’
There’s nothing like having a little fun with the achievement gap when you can make some money out of it. Here's an announcement for a fund-raiser by the Democrats for Education Reform, a political action committee supported largely by hedge fund managers favoring charter schools, merit-pay tied to test scores and related reforms. It speaks for itself.
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| March 4, 2011; 5:00 AM ET
Categories: Achievement gap | Tags: achievement gap, democrats for education reform, dfer, school reform
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