Bill Resnick talks with Barbara Miner about the neoliberalization of education generally and school-voucher programs in particular. Barbara argues against even talking about "school choice" and defends her abolition of the phrase becaue of the way it obfuscates the abandonment of schools. They consider how the voucher-program will accentuate class divisions.
Barbara Miner has been a reporter, writer, and editor for almost forty years, writing for publications ranging from the New York Times to the Milwaukee Journal. The former managing editor of Rethinking Schools, and is the author of a "Lessons from the Heartland: a turbulent half-century of public education in an iconic american city".
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- Length: 20:08 minutes (18.43 MB)
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