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How School Fundraising by Affluent Parents Can Increase Public-School Inequality - The Atlantic

Fundraising efforts often give their kids an academic edge.

Law enforcement on the Internet – the role of the domain name registrars I David Post

Law enforcement on the Internet – the role of the domain name registrars I David Post

Internet governance: What if the sky really is falling? I David Post

The charter-school lie: Market-based education gambles with our children 11.4.13  Salon.com

The charter-school lie: Market-based education gambles with our children

Diane Ravitch: School privatization is a hoax, “reformers” aim to destroy public schools. Our public schools aren't in decline. And "reformers" with wild promises don't care about education — just profits

Even when using standardized test scores, the public school system still generally outdoes their private and charter school counterparts.

Even when using standardized test scores, the public school system still generally outdoes their private and charter school counterparts.

Holidays’ names stricken from next year’s Montgomery schools calendar - The Washington Post

Holidays’ names stricken from next year’s schools calendar after request to give Muslims equal treatment

Holidays’ names stricken from next year’s Montgomery schools calendar - The Washington Post

In Japanese classrooms, teachers consciously design tasks that are slightly beyond the capabilities of the students they teach, so the students can actually experience struggling with something just outside their reach.

They were classmates and best friends, and they both wanted to get into the 11th-grade Advanced Placement English class at Columbia's Hammond High School.

Within integrated schools, de facto segregation persists

They were classmates and best friends, and they both wanted to get into the Advanced Placement English class at Columbia& Hammond High School.

Test-weary second-grader asks school board: ‘Is that all that matters to grown-ups?’ - The Washington Post

Test-weary second-grader asks school board: ‘Is that all that matters to grown-ups?’

'Every time I sat at the computer after I was done with the test, I would think to myself, 'I stink! I am bad at this.' No kid should feel that way about school.' Read her testimony.

An enormous entitlement in the tax code props up home prices — and overwhelmingly benefits the wealthy and the upper middle class.

How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality

How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality by Matthew Desmond · Longform

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