Back to school for the billionaires

Microsoft chairman Gates, computer magnate Michael Dell, investor Eli Broad, and the Walton family of Wal-Mart fame have collectively poured some $4.4 billion into school reform in the last decade through their private foundations. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Jon Mitchell - May 4, 2011 - 1:19 PM PDT
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Jon Mitchell
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by Jon Mitchell - May. 4, 2011

This report is excellent. Rather than simply making news out of the bold claims of these well-meaning philanthropists, iWatch News has thoroughly analyzed the impacts of their programs and shown their mixed results. It also delves pretty deeply into the philosophies behind these contributions and how the programs might be adjusted to achieve better outcomes.

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Patricia Blochowiak
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by Patricia Blochowiak - May. 8, 2011

While there's nothing major wrong with this story, it's so rambling, and often vague, that it doesn't really add to the knowledge base of anyone reasonably informed on the subject.

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jessiika guzman
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by jessiika guzman - May. 5, 2011

i think this journalist dont have information and im looking for good information:/

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