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Massachusetts Parents United


How the Boston Globe's Scot Lehigh is getting it wrong, and Massachusetts Parents United's Keri Rodriguez is getting along - with a little help from the Financial Privatization Cabal.


Massachusetts Parents United is the glossy new facade in corporate education reform. Ignore the veneer. Follow the money.

Betsy DeVos's disastrous 60 Minutes interview raises an important question: is she the uninformed leader of a movement whose followers know little more than she does?


Dark money political front Families for Excellent Schools has been banned in Boston but appears to be resurrected in the form of a new dark money operation: Bay State Action Fund.

Families for Excellent Schools Advocacy is already a goner, given the death penalty by Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance. What's next for the dark money/charter school industrial complex?


They say money is fungible but when it comes to plutocratic efforts to privatize public education there are two kinds of money: upstream and downstream.


Massachusetts Parents United may be Old Wine in an Empty Bottle but it's attracted some big money backers. Let's take a closer look at the Walton Family Foundation, Longfield Family Foundation, and National Philanthropic Trust.

The new education group Massachusetts Parents United sounds grassroots but it is yet another faux populist proxy for wealthy interests.

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