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June 11, 2015 - Deceptive Uses of Language in Education Reform - Marsha Familaro Enright Dialogues with Kirsten on Education, Pt 6,


The April dialogue Kirsten had with Marsha Familaro Enright, founder of the Reason, Individualism, Reason Institute, continues to yield great segments full of thought-provoking material. In this sixth portion of the conversation, Kirsten asks Marsha about how vocabulary is being used misleadingly in order to fool people into supporting certain education reforms and initiatives. 

Marsha's answer is, as always, compelling. She hones right in on the word "standards." Take a listen to what she has to say.

Certainly, "standards" is not the only word being redefined and leveraged in troubling ways in education "reform" (see, there's another one). We're guessing some of our readers have been keeping a mental list of such terms. We sure have...

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