Opinion: Profit motive undermines a sound education

01/19/2005 | San Francisco Chronicle

In an opinion piece, Robert Freeman, a former software executive turned high school teacher, says the public is deluding itself if it thinks schools can give students a quality education on the cheap. He particularly deplores the trend toward privatization, where, he says, the profit motive drives the system to churn out barely educated "McStudents."

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