This week's guest is anonymous because he's not allowed to talk about his school. He's one of a group of parents that started a charter school in Harlem and it is kicking ass. I love this subject because it's liberals pet victim being rescued by something they see as evil, the free market. We always hear the trouble with schools is "systemic" and "it's not one thing." They also blame the parents a lot and say teaching is the hardest job in the country blah blah blah. It's all PR garbage the unions put out and they're so powerful, people still fall for it. The way you fix schools in this country is to totally give up on them and build your own. That's what this guy did and it worked.
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