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May 9, 2010

“Democratic legislators had the privilege to choose a private school education, including at some of the most elite schools in the country,” said B. Jason Brooks, Director of Research for the Foundation for Education Reform & Accountability,  (FERA) which conducted the survey.  “The refusal this week to allow even just a few more public school choice options to low-income is hypocritical,” he said.

I’m not sure I understand the reasoning behind the survey since  the Republicans benefited the most from these options, so what is the point?   Education Reform & accountability, what reform and what accountability and how  was FERA  involved in the Buffalo School Board elections? Maria Isabela would like to hear from readers of the blog to unravel the mystery here if it is one at all. Oh, Maria Isabela sometimes travels with Carmen Sandiego and enjoys reading the comic about Maria Holm.

Maria Holm, don't ask what she thinks about charters, FERA and public schools.

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