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There are two sides to every U.S. education policy debate ...and that is the problem.
Those two sides – public education’s entrenched groups allied with the Democratic and Republican Parties – represent the interests of few U.S. citizens on education issues. Yet, with the cooperation of most education journalists, and some wealthy foundations, these groups have become the source of virtually all the information provided the public about education policy. Their selective information is then sold to the rest of the world as neutral, objective, scientific research that, when trusted, can compromise education policy in other nations like an invasive, exotic species of weed.
The Nonpartisan Education Review provides an alternative. We are allied with neither side. We have no vested interest. Unlike the many allied education pundits and dissertation help who call themselves independent, we actually are. And, we prove it by criticizing both sides, though probably not nearly as much as they deserve.
The Nonpartisan Education Review's purpose is to provide education information the public can trust.