Deep in the heart of Texas, in the very center of what public-school advocate Diane Ravitch called the "education-industrial complex," public-school activists from every corner of the United States met last weekend to launch a nationwide movement to defend public education against corporate takeover and phony, test-driven "reform."
Excluding the poor, disabled and frequently truant gives charters a phony edge.
Committee approves bill designed to put corporations in charge of public education.
Marchers take to the streets of 30 cities to demand more support for public education.
The 'Kochtopus' is bigger than we thought.
We have some bad news.
Famed author tells Jon Stewart how we can make public schools better.