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School Reform Vs. Global Outsourcing

By Alexander Russo — April 19, 2007 1 min read

“While the Congress deliberates over the Business Roundtable’s and the Aspen Institute’s Great Domestic Diversion, NCLB, American corporations continue their off-shoring of American jobs, both service jobs and highly-skilled professional jobs,” begins this blistering post Fiddling With Test Scores While America Burns. “And while the U. S. Chamber of Commerce polishes its plans to transform American high schools into science and math camps, Boeing and Cisco continue to funnel science and engineering jobs to cheap labor markets overseas.”

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