When All Else Fails, We Must Protect Childhood
Keywords:GERM, privatization, neoliberal, early childhood
AbstractThe Global Reform Education Movement (GERM) has invaded public education in the United States and education activits have failed to stop it at the national level. By accepting this failure we place ourselves in a stonger position to learm from our mistakes and change the narrative to focus on protecting childhood from the dangers of privatization and the neoliberal assault on education.
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