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Monday, March 24, 2014

Maryland Has Some of the Best Public School Protection Laws in the Nation

AP has a piece in WaPo that pretend that two most voracious advocacy groups for corporate welfare charters represent research groups: Center for Education Reform and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.  

In pointing out that CER's charter welfare queen, Jeanne Allen, has labeled Maryland among the worst states, then you can be sure that Maryland is one of the best in advancing public education:
FREDERICK, Md. — Maryland’s charter school laws are among the worst in the nation, according to two studies released this year.

The Washington-based Center for Education Reform and National Alliance for Public Charter Schools evaluated the content and implementation of charter school laws in 42 states and the District of Columbia. . . .

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