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Week in Review April 17, 2015

Week in Review April 17, 2015

  • Fight for $15 gains momentum
  • What about $70K minimum?
  • Inflation rising
  • Economic growth declining
  • Federal cuts killing jobs, services and safety…
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CEO Compensation

Deregulated For-profit Charter Schools… What Could Go Wrong?

Today’s NYTimes features an editorial calling for the USDOE to forgive loans issued to students who enrolled in deregulated for profit colleges who knowingly enrolled them in programs that led nowhere. 123 more words

Complaints over excessive doctor fees jumped four-fold since 2010

The number of Quebecers filing complaints about excessive fees charged by doctors in private practice has soared by 374 per cent during the past five years, according to newly-released figures by the Quebec College of Physicians. 777 more words

Local News

Stunning Article Tracks Spread of Corporate Education Reform in Newark and NJ Suburb

Update: This post has been corrected.  The original confused Andy Smarick and Jonathan Schnur, both corporate school reformers, both creative disruptors, and both with connections to school reform in New Jersey. 1,158 more words

Equity & Opportunity To Learn

Engineering : Education with Exploitation (EEE).

What is engineering?

It is an action that crafts actual application of all scientific theories (Technically).

Its an investment opportunity for you son/daughter’s bright future (according to the college counselors). 1,183 more words

The Black Political Class and the García Campaign's Mistakes Re-Elected Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel

By Bruce A. Dixon

The results are in, and the truth hurts. Rahm Emanuel will sit in the mayor’s office on the fifth floor of Chicago’s City Hall four more years. 1,116 more words

Political Assessment