In common with UKIP supporters, Trump supporters have no illusions about who they are supporting. UKIP supporters know their party is led by a bunch of clowns but want their views in the Commons and hope the party will improve once they get in office.
Over the past few weeks, both the NAACP and Black Lives Matter have publicly supported a moratorium on charter schools.
Hilary, of course, has separated herself from Obama’s education reform agenda.
So where are the politics of charter schools heading?
Since then, charters have mostly maintained bi-partisan federal support (Clinton -> Bush -> Obama) and generally bi-partisan state support, save for rural red states (Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, etc.) and very left leaning states (Washington, Massachusetts, etc).
This has led to charters achieving national ~10% year over year growth for much of their existence.
Present Day Populist Politics
We are clearly in a populist moment. Bernie, Hilary, and Trump all have veered toward more populist agendas, and for good reason: widening income…
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