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MisEducation Nation: Corporate Media and Corporate Education Reform
FAIR NYC Event: MisEducation Nation
NEW YORK - NBC is staging its second annual "Education Nation" summit at the end of September--a series of events and broadcasts bankrolled by the corporate interests and foundations aligned with the so-called "education reform" movement.
Corporate media coverage of education policy tends to hew closely to the "reform" agenda: promoting charter schools and vouchers, embracing relentless testing and other "accountability" measures, and attacking teachers' unions for standing in the way of progress.
What would a more reasonable conversation about public education look like?
On September 27, join FAIR and four of the most dynamic and thoughtful education experts and activists in the country for a FREE discussion about how the media mangle the debate over public schools.
Author, NYU Research Professor of Education
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NYU Professor of Education
Executive Director, Class Size Matters
Moderator: Laura Flanders, Author/Journalist
September 27, 2011
School of the Future Auditorium
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New York, NY 10010
CO-SPONSORS: Class Size Matters, WBAI 99.5 FM, Grassroots Education Movement, Parents Across America, Rethinking Schools
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