What corporations have in store for public schools

Apr 4, 2017 by

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The third episode of PJSTA Live, in affiliation with Port Jefferson Station Teachers Association, deals with what corporate reformers see as the future of public education.

The two guests in this episode are Alison McDowell and Jia Lee.  Alison McDowell is a parent and a public education activist who blogs at Wrench in the Gears.  Jia Lee is a member of the Movement of Rank and File Educators and organizes teachers in the fight against public school privatization.

Alison’s PowerPoint can be found here.

A corresponding article written by Alison is “Digital Curriculum: Questions Parents Should Be Asking” here.

Submitted by Dora Taylor

Source: Port Jefferson Station Teachers Association video: What corporations have in store for public schools | Seattle Education

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