Minasuk/ August 7, 2015/ Uncategorized

Sold: National parks go to the highest corporate bidder | Seattle Times | July 2015 “The corporatization process started with ‘co-branding’ agreements, rationalized by Park Service officials as ‘aligning the economic and historical legacies’ of parks with advertisers. In other words, they’re selling the Park Service’s proud public brand — as well as its soul.”

Minasuk/ April 25, 2015/ Uncategorized

The Teaching Class | Guernica | June 2014 Teaching college is no longer a middle-class job, and everyone paying tuition should care.

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Teaching Is Not a Business | New York Times | August 2014 The process of teaching and learning is an intimate act that neither computers nor markets can hope to replicate. Small wonder, then, that the business model hasn’t worked in reforming the schools — there is simply no substitute for the personal element.

Minasuk/ July 9, 2014/ Uncategorized

Overworked America: 12 Charts That Will Make Your Blood Boil | Mother Jones | July/August 2011 Why “efficiency” and “productivity” really mean more profits for corporations and less sanity for you.