Monthly Archives: June 2014

Hey, hey, big spender! Philanthropists, ed policy, and democracy

Diane Ravitch gave us the term “billionaire boys’ club.” The contention is that such philanthropists as Gates, Broad, and Walton have had outsized influence on the course of recent trends in education policy, for which they are not accountable to … Continue reading

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Starting off

Welcome to Bloghaunter, a service of  In this space, I’ll be scanning blogs about science and math education, or education or (sometimes) science or math, which might be of interest to educators.  I’ll place a premium on blog posts … Continue reading

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