Lattes and Letters | tressiemc
On constrained choice, not access, in the ASU Starbucks deal that has been all over the news:
“That plan goes something like this: maximize constrained educational choices that are a function of labor market changes; commodify inequality by organizing for the highest need students; extract guaranteed funds from public coffers; call it access; wash and repeat.”
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