With guest, Louder Than a Bomb poet Nate Marshall

Tuesday, October 15, 2013


When asked about the data showing only 60 percent of 10,542 students from Chicago’s shuttered elementary schools ended up at so-called “welcoming schools,” CPS Liar-in-Chief Becky Carroll had this to say:
Carroll said it is okay that many families chose not to enroll in the designated “welcoming” school. District leaders want to empower parents to choose which school their children attend, she said. “Thousands of parents every year choose to enroll their child at a different school in our district - or even outside the district and we support them in those choices,” she said. -- Catalyst
Yes, it's all about "choice" and "empowerment". Like when your home is foreclosed on by the banks, it empowers you to find other places to live, ie. in a rented storage bin, in your cousin Frank's basement, under the expressway bridge...

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