“Education reform” is a term that is often thrown around. Many groups with very different agendas call themselves education reform organizations. “Corporate” education reform refers to those groups and individuals who believe that public education would be better if it were delivered based on a corporate, or business model. The problem is, business models are premised on winners and losers—where some schools (and students) advance, and others fail. The primary strategies of “corporate education reform seek to create competition through “choice” and competitive programs, and to transfer as many public education funds to as many private hands as possible.* These are our schools, which are community institutions, these are our children and we have the right to make a decisions on the policies that impact our communities. It is time that we take actions in creating solutions for a better outcome for our children. The time is now, join the movement! Your support is greatly appreciated. *AISR - May/2013
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Parents Unified for Local School Education are committed to empowering parents, guardians and young people by supporting efforts to increase access to quality education. We are driven by our passion for our children, our schools, and our communities. We need your financial contribution to help to lift up our message and ensure that this misguided policy that so negatively impacts our young people ends. It must be replaced with sustainable models of school improvement that include our communities in their development. Support our movement ! Thank you for your donation.
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