Who wants “industrialized” education?

As I write at NMPolitics.net today, it is certainly not the Rio Grande Foundation and other reformers that want such one-size-fits-all models perpetuated. Some (who seem perfectly happy with New Mexico being 49th in the nation) have argued as much. A free market (or at least reforms that move in that direction) in education inherently means increased diversity, improved quality, and the end to “cookie-cutter” educational models dreamed up by social planners.

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