"And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them."
Earlier, we noticed John Cornyn bragging about something on Facebook:
Out of curiosity, we checked the link:
But at least they're good financial stewards:
The amounts that consulting firms can earn for work on public school policy can be eye-popping. In Philadelphia, the Boston Consulting Group was reportedly paid $230,000 per week for its work pushing for privatized education services and closures of up to 88 schools in the city. The firm’s work was also kept secret from the public, until a parents group filed a successful lawsuit forcing the school district to release the firm’s final report and recommendations. In that case, the money to pay the Boston Consulting Group came from a private foundation, but the new Senate legislation could open up a federal funding stream for such work.But at least they're not working with far-left activists with ties to Common Core:
Read the whole thing here.
Bottom Line: Instead of using their majority in the United States Senate to reduce the Federal role in educations, Republicans led by John Cornyn are creating new carve-outs for Wall St. within that education budget...because, of course, Republicans have to "show they can govern."