More Than SES Providers To Consider (Education Business)

I am as much against waste, corruption, and profiteering as anyone, but I can't help but notice that the attention in this area is so often against the new players in the education industry (SES providers) rather than the ones that have been at least sometimes wasteful and profit-taking for years: the professional development industry, the curriculum and materials folks (not just big publishing companies), the ed tech folks, etc. Education is a $500B/year endeavor, which means that there is a lot of money flowing around. Let's not make a mountain out of the SES molehill and lose sight of the much bigger budgets out there for other things.

House Education and Workforce Hearing on SES T&L
Getting Rich in Public Education Assorted Stuff
SES: Two billion reasons to worry
Your Failed Business Model Is Not My Problem
Education Lobby: All for One and One for All Lone Star Report
Revolving Door: RISD must establish clear boundaries Dallas Morning News
The School Lunch Lobby Education Next
Te$t Market
Texas Observer


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