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AFT vs. AFT

By Alexander Russo — April 12, 2007 1 min read

Apparently my fairly bland observation that traditional schools struggle with screening out criminals just like charter schools didn’t sit well with the folks at the AFT blog, who dug up an old post of mine and try to argue that I’m wickedly inconsistent (Russo vs. Russo). Too bad the old post is about lax enrollment policies (not lax hiring), that my posting something doesn’t mean I endorse it (far from it), and that the AFT has me beat by a long shot when it comes to inconsistency and internal contradictions (charters, NCLB, etc.).

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