anderscj · @anderscj

29th Jan 2011 from Twittelator Pro

"Thus, as early as 1913 one superintendent told his colleagues at the N.E.A. that 'Since the school is maintained at public expense or at the expense of the business interests, and really exists for the sole purpose of developing the business men and women of the future, it is evident that there should be perfect harmony between the school authorities and the business interests." Raymond E. Callahan

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