Even though they are a popular (and safe) scapegoat, what the Fraser Institute does isn’t near the top of my list of priorities. I don’t care that much about what they do over there, and neither would the public if we just stopped talking about it.
Seriously, please stop.
As people responsible for public education, we have more important things to focus on—like children.
Let me go even further and declare that any problems we have in public education are not caused by the Fraser Institute, and what they do should have zero influence on what we do, or don’t do, in our public school system.
It’s time for those of us involved in the public education system to start taking responsibility for all aspects of the system. A collective look in the mirror, please. Continue reading