Privatization of education?Or not? What does privatization mean in the context of education? Let's take a look.
- — Jessica Paolucci (@journeywjessMCO)Tue, Feb 14 2017 16:19:14Privatization of the public realm is hard to accomplish, despite who is in the White House. #mcodigital
- — Bria Edwards (@artlives__)Tue, Feb 14 2017 16:19:12"Working towards the privitization of public realms" posing threat to education and advancement of those that cannot afford it #mcodigital
- — Khalil Hendricks (@Khendricks111)Tue, Feb 14 2017 16:36:47"The great thing about public schooling is its running as a non profit organization for the right cause" - Stillwagon #mcodigital
- — Kathryn (@Kathryn_Gorman)Tue, Feb 14 2017 16:08:28#mcodigital some can't chose the school they want their child to go to and the main question is the education any different at these schools
- Meanwhile, speaker, James Stillwaggon, got applauded for his presentation style throughout the talk.
1) "Should organized religion be part of public education?"
- — Tommy Reynolds (@tommyreynolds44)Tue, Feb 14 2017 16:20:58"Our current secretary of education supports the placing of children in catholic school to make them look better" #mcodigital
2) How do we achieve democratic education?
- Is the current education system giving everyone an equal voice and an equal opportunity?
Privatization and the Loss of Public Education in 5 Questions
Prof. James Stillwaggon gave a thought-provoking talk about our current education system. Should organized education be part of public education? How do we fill the gap between the poor and the rich? How do we fix our education system? And, finally some hard cold facts about American education.