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What Corporations, Bill Gates and the Department of Defense Have Planned for Public Education: A video

 

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Alison McDowell, editor of Wrench in the Gears, gave a presentation titled Future Ready Schools: How Silicon Valley and the Defense Department Plan to Remake Public Education  on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Lake City Library in Seattle.

To follow is a video of the talk on Education Reform 2.0.

 

 

27 minutes into this video, Alison touches upon the IT Tech for Seattle Public Schools, John Krull.

You can find the slides used in the presentation here.

A big thanks to Alison for coming to Seattle and giving this eye opening presentation.

The event was sponsored by Parents Across America Puget Sound.

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One comment on “What Corporations, Bill Gates and the Department of Defense Have Planned for Public Education: A video

  1. codylestelle
    April 4, 2017

    Reblogged this on Cody Lestelle.

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