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The comments on the article are much more fact-based than the article itself. But that does seem to be a hallmark for the Times - they create their own reality. What a waste of paper. And digital space.
Absolutely. The Gates Foundation (and Gates himself) have co-opted the education story (and bought their way into everything from PTA to NPR). Bill and Melinda Gates are changing the face of public health in the world but the education wing of the Foundation has had few successes and a lot of changing of direction.
Thank you to Mr. Reifman for pointing out the lack of clothing on this particular emperor.
Good points made to expose Chan's thinking errors.
Where in the world do they find these "journalists?"
Why do they keep them on their dwindling payroll?
And he likely isn't a legislator for the money. WASH has a part time legislature. They get paid $42k annually - http://www.salaries.wa.gov/documents/Leg…. So, this is actually a good arrangement for both Microsoft and it's ex-employee multi-millionaires. Microsoft get's a an ear and a hand in Olympia and the ex-employees get a meaningful, high profile career.