Monthly Archives: June 2019

CENTCOM DX’s T’s KPIs

Being lesson on muddying the waters to make them look deep. . . . “Management consultants steal your watch and then tell you what time it is.” –Martin Kihn “Let me speak, for a moment, from a 50,000-Foot-Perspective,” said T, … Continue reading

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Charters, Vouchers, and Segregation

A breathtakingly good summary of the sordid history of using charters, vouchers, and private schooling to effect de facto segregation: https://southernspaces.org/2019/segregationists-libertarians-and-modern-school-choice-movement  

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