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Help!, Vote for Post: Who Should be Responded to First!?

It’s coming in from all directions this week. So I need your help to decide who should be responded to first on Cloaking Inequity. Here are the candidates:

There is an attack today from RedefinED on vouchers insinuating that I am a union shill and lack peer-review in my work.

The pro-choice and charter folks are trumpeting that KIPP attrition doesn’t matter.

Andre Perry  is arguing that @TeachForAmerica has “learned a lesson.”

or the Texas Comptroller who misused my quote so that I sound like a charter school lover.

Please vote below. The post with the highest vote as of 9 pm tonight will be online by Friday August 15, 2014. The next highest vote getters will be addressed in order in the following days.

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About Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig (500 Articles)
Julian Vasquez Heilig is an award-winning researcher and teacher. He is currently a Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership at California State Sacramento.

2 Comments on Help!, Vote for Post: Who Should be Responded to First!?

  1. Julian – just write what you want to write.

  2. Monty J. Thornburg, PhD // August 21, 2014 at 7:30 am // Reply

    Julian: The “Cloaking” of “Inequity” is extremely complex. Your research and other masterful academic work toward untangling the issues is a gift to us, the public. This Blog is a “public square” of sorts, for comment, i.e., the 1st Amendment. The light and sometimes heat from the public makes those with hidden or (not so hidden) financial and social/political agendas and efforts to hide, or “Cloak” difficult. Keep on keeping on!

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