Dru Stevenson

South Texas College of Law

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Professor of Law at South Texas College of Law, he writes the Privatization Blog

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On a standardized test this month, New York's 8th graders were asked about  a pineapple that challenges a hare  to a race.

Pineapplegate and Privatizing Public Schools

On a standardized test this month, New York's 8th graders were asked about a pineapple that challenges a hare to a race.

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In six or seven states, kids were asked ridiculous questions on a standardized test. Then, New York's 8th graders were asked about a  pineapple that challenges a hare  to a race.

Public Education and Private Profit

In six or seven states, kids were asked ridiculous questions on a standardized test. Then, New York's 8th graders were asked about a pineapple that challenges a hare to a race.

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