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Public school cronyism is fueling the pension crisis

Lewis Andrews  |  August 13, 2019

“… The effect of so many families treading water in order to live in superior school districts is perhaps best described with the phrase ‘school booster cronyism.’ That means the tacit agreement between financially stretched parents and public school teachers to game local education to their mutual advantage, showing only as much concern for the larger taxpaying public as necessary.”

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