State Rep. Will Guzzardi, D-Chicago, wants to link charter-school expansion to a school district’s ability to pay for them.
Ironically, most of those loyal supporters still seem to think that Trump and congressional Republicans are looking out for them.
In February, the union had voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike.
Letters of intent were due Friday but weren’t mandatory, so more charter school operators still could submit applications for more schools.
Then let’s ask ourselves why Hollywood celebrities spend hardly any time hammering the failing schools in their own backyards.
Given that 83 percent of charter schools were no better and often worse, how can we argue for more of them?
The charter schools Betsy DeVos supports are public. They’re just not controlled by the usual crowd of education bureaucrats.