Education’s Merchant of Doubt: One man’s deceitful mission to undermine fair and adequate school funding

Back in 2012, I opined: “It is hard to imagine a time in the history of American public education when there has been such a widespread political effort to argue that improving the quality of schools has little or nothing to do with the amount of money spent on public education. That is, that moneyContinue reading “Education’s Merchant of Doubt: One man’s deceitful mission to undermine fair and adequate school funding”