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Jake Jacobs, a teacher in New York and BAT activist, writes in the Progressive about the pathetic evasions of Democratic Candidates when asked directly about their stance on charter schools.
Public school educators and advocates have been working for years for this to become a major campaign issue, but so far, most candidate statements have been conflicted, incomplete, clumsy, and/or vague, while media coverage has been equally as incomplete, inaccurate, and in many cases baldly biased in favor of charters.
Read the article to see how they bob and weave to avoid taking issue with privatization of public schools.
Bernie Sanders is the only Democrat so far who has come out in support of the NAACP proposal for a moratorium on charters.
The others are trying to walk a fine line between “good” charters and “bad” charters, which ignores the fact that all charters divert money from public schools that enroll nearly 90% of US students.
Cory Booker can’t escape his long history with charters. Beto loves charters. Mayor Pete (ex-McKinsey) likes charters.
Here is the bottom line: REAL DEMOCRATS SUPPORT REAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS.