The complex is made up not only of associations of administrators and teachers unions, but an interconnected network of bond dealers, builders, architects, law firms, textbook companies, and other service providers who profit off of the overproduction of service contracts, debt, public employment and bureaucracy. This interlocking network has played a role in funding the campaigns of 1000s of elected officials at all levels and in both parties. ...
The transition from a Government Education Complex to a Parent/Child Learning Network should be our goal, and every incremental step in education reform must be measured by whether it leads there.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
The 'Government Education Complex' ...
"is the interlocking set of interests that control the vast majority of American education dollars, education policy, and the steady increase in unnecessary education job creation," Bruno Behrend writes.
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 10:26 AM