Educators fight competition even for failing schools

Washington Post:
How can America fix its worst public schools? States don’t seem to know.

After a 2015 law renewed local control over public education, most states have established only vague plans, with no detailed prescriptions for intervention to improve persistently failing schools.
I am pretty disgusted with the education lobby in Texas that has opposed school choice for parents who kids are in failing schools.  These people want to through more money at a system that is not working rather than allow competition for school funding.  I do not trust them to improve results when they are wasting much of the money they now get on more administrators and gold plated athletic facilities.

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