In school contracts, process is the problem

“How far should city leaders go in the name of equality and justice? Judging by the Philadelphia School District’s reported efforts to give a contract to a minority-owned firm, it seems district leaders believe in giving minorities business by any means necessary.”

This is an excerpt from my commentary in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer, “False goals for city schools”.  Please click here to read the entire article.  You can respond or provide feedback by clicking on the comment button below.

Thanks for reading.

–Christopher Paslay

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2 responses to “In school contracts, process is the problem

  1. Denise

    Great job Chris!

  2. excellent, my friend. Good luck with your book. Take a look at mine–
    Scratch Where It Itches: Confessions of a Public School Teacher.
    We might be related through chalk.

    Tony

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