Checker Finn, the former president of the Fordham Institute, a right-of-center education think tank, has caught “the same disease that befell Diane Ravitch,” the school choice advocate-turned-reform-critic.
If the teachers unions in America disappeared overnight public education would be the better for it. These unions have been the single greatest obstacle to improving education, particularly for the most disadvantaged kids.
Fordham Institute is becoming just another “frenemy” of choice and charters.
Teachers’ unions still at war on the issue of parental choice.