Now that Klein is spending more time with his family in the wake of the great New York test score fraud, he has yet ascended to the boardroom of News Corp, where he gets his marching orders from Murdoch's top propaganda artists, who live by the dictum that the masses fall more readily for the big lie than the small one.
And so it is that Klein has been set upon any unsuspecting and gullible public, here and abroad, to spew the Oligarchs' big lies to anyone willing to listen:
Clearly both the Mayor and the former schools chancellor, Joel Klein, have a different idea of what makes a good teacher. Over the weekend, Klein deplored that fact that it was easier to execute a killer than fire an incompetent teacher. “Five to 10 percent are not remotely capable,” Klein told the London Sunday Times. “It’s easier to prosecute a capital-punishment case in the U.S. than terminate an incompetent teacher.”
Nice metaphor. . . .