Glad Ohio isn’t listed.
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In the states where teachers have engaged in walkouts and strikes, public education has been systematically starved of funding. Typically, corporate taxes have been cut so that funding for education has also been cut. The corporations benefit while the children and their teachers are put on a starvation diet.
Who are the corporations and individuals behind the efforts to shrink funding for public schools and promote privatization?
It begins like this, then details a state-by-state list of corporations and billionaires backing the cycle of austerity and school privatization.
“The ongoing wave of teacher strikes across the US is changing the conversation about public education in this country. From West Virginia to Arizona, Kentucky to Oklahoma, Colorado…
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