Charter Schools: Public Money and Private Profit

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Charter schools may or not save public education, but they can be good for business. Even some non-profits are making money for education-management firms.

Also, an Egyptian court reverses Hosni Mubarak's last conviction, and yesterday’s hacking of Centcom’s social media accounts was more of an embarrassment than a security threat. But why does a major military command maintain Twitter, YouTube and Facebook pages — and even a Pinterest account — in the first place?

Photo: Matt Kemberling