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How to spot a recruitment scam: Example email

Hello everyone,

Today, I received an email from a suspected recruitment scam. The company in question have contacted me twice before, claiming to be responding to an application I supposedly made. 484 more words

Stuart Egan: Who Is Behind the Assault on Public Education in North Carolina?

NBCT High School Teacher Stuart Egan writes here that public school enrollment in North Carolina has dropped to 81%,just as the Tea Party Republicans hoped. As public schools are starved of resources, growing numbers switch to religious schools, charter schools, virtual charters and Home schools. 145 more words

Education Reform

Voters could see up to four initiatives on ballot

Grocery taxes, publicly funded abortion, tax enactment restrictions and ending the state’s sanctuary law are all in the queue for the November ballot.

Of the 45 initiatives proposed for the Nov. 20 more words

Portland Tribune

ECOT and Payoffs to Ohio Politicians: How to Avoid Any Accountability

I have posted many times over the years about the giant fraud called the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow in Ohio, or ECOT. Ohio doesn’t permit for-profit charters, yet ECOT was set up–like many “nonprofit charters”–to produce huge profits for its owner, William Lager, who owned companies with which ECOT contracted. 1,453 more words

Education Reform

IN THE NEWS: The Guardian (July 11, 2018)

“A national watchdog that has the power to punish British universities for failing to tackle research misconduct is needed to ensure that sloppy practices and outright fraud are caught and dealt with fast, MPs say.” 63 more words
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