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HISD Parent speaks. Unions must win now! Charter School Industry's goal. Paxton walks.
Karina Quesada-Leon discusses the HISD takeover. The Public School system is under attack by the Charter School Industry. Unions must start growing and winning. AG Ken Paxton walks.
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The following subjects are the topics of discussion on Politics Done Right today at 6:00 AM Central Time (7 AM Eastern/4 AM Pacific/5 AM Mountain) on KPFT 90.1 FM Houston and our streaming networks listed below the topics.
Topics covered on the show today.
Karina Quesada Leon, a Houston area mom & activist, discusses the State of Texas HISD takeover: Karina Quesada Leon appeared on PDR to discuss the State of Texas takeover of the Houston Independent School District in an attempt to privatize it. [More]
Expansion at Any Cost Is the Only Thing the Charter School Industry Knows: When an Oklahoma state school board approved what would become the nation’s first taxpayer-funded religious charter school, opponents of the proposal called it “deeply un-American” and “a flagrant violation of long-standing constitutional law.” An Oklahoma parents group and a handful of state and national civil organizations filed a pair of lawsuits to block the new school. Creating a taxpayer-funded religious school “turns on its head the concept that charter schools were supposed to be public schools,” American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten argued. [More]
It's the year of unions. Celebrate it and make the worker the prime stakeholder, not the shareholder: It is clear that there is a resurgence in the union movement. It could not come soon enough. We must keep the pressure on to recover decades of stolen labor. [More]
Texas AG Ken Paxton was acquitted of all impeachment charges. GOP emboldened to continue corruption: Ken Paxton, the very corrupt Texas Attorney General, has been acquitted of all impeachment charges and was immediately reinstated as Texas Attorney General. [More]
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