Hey, Don’t Worry About Federal Ed. Money
Even if Rhode Island doesn’t win federal largess for its education improvement plan, as Marc is suggesting we will not, we still have every reason that we’ve always had to hold our heads high, such as this one that Julia Steiny mentioned last Sunday:
After the 1960s, many states went back to their labor laws to limit, assertively, the scope of bargaining. Apparently, Rhode Island now has the broadest labor laws in the country. Virtually nothing is off the negotiating table.