Undercover Common Core Vid: Exec Says “I hate kids…it’s all about the money”

This Is what We Have In The School systems In The Country We Are Trying To Look Up To… Hmmm.. Wake Up People….They Are Learning Our Children…..

Published on Jan 12, 2016
In this shocking explosive video of this new series about Common Core, a senior Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt sales executive says she hates kids and the textbook manufacturers prefer profits to the needs of school children across America.

“Oh my God, it’s all a money game. It’s all a money game,” confirms one Brooklyn teacher.

Undercover Common II: Another Top Publishing Exec: “It’s never about the kids”

Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt Strategic Account Executive says Common Core is never about the kids.

“It’s never about the kids.” — Amelia Petties, Strategic Account Executive, Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt

Petties: “And slapping a new name on it, which in my case I hope they do…I can sell a sh** ton of training around whatever you’re calling it.”

Petties: “There’s always money in it”… “I don’t think Common Core is going to go anywhere.”

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nothosaur 4 hours ago
Public schools have a captive market with captive money supply (taxpayers). A textbook salesperson who sells to public schools needs to satisfy the person who makes the purchase selection (politicians who want to be reelected). Private schools have to satisfy the private market. The standards of that market are as high as the consumer chooses them to be. If those standards are not high enough, then it’s the fault of the parent/consumer. A private school that fails to satisfy the must change or die. So, it comes down to this: political entrepreneurship vs market entrepreneurship. To preserve liberty, I’ll choose market entrepreneurship every time, and send my kids to private school.

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