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Tuesday, November 29, 2005
The culture of corruption, alive and well in Ohio
Jim Horn at Schools Matter has an interesting post about uber-privatizer David Brennan. The constitutionality of his for-profit charter schools is a pending question before the Ohio Supreme Court-- the same Ohio Supreme Court that consists of six justices that have taken campaign contributions from Brennan.
Can you say "culture of corruption," boys and girls?
I was once a teacher. I now work in government and maintain a passion for education issues.
I earned a Bachelor's in the Humanities and a Master's in Education from UT-Austin, the greatest university ever.