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Free-market education reform, anyone?

Will Huntsberry has a great article in this week’s issue of INDY Week that takes a close look at all of the education reform bills being rammed through by mostly Republican lawmakers.

In particular, Huntsberry’s piece focuses in on how the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has served as a playbook for ed reform in North Carolina, highlighting which bills are “ALEC approved.”

Take a minute, it’s worth a read…

The GOP’s free-market reforms are aimed at public education

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