Here's some back-story to Fred's post.
It was Levy, in a NYT piece back in 2009, while working for Citigroup, who offered us his "5 ways to fix schools." At that time, I wrote,
Levy, who obviously hadn't yet discovered the 5 ways while he was still in power, now wants to make it "mandatory" that all kids go to college for a year. I suppose he hopes that will keep them out of the job market and off the unemployment line for a while longer and hopes that the feds will pick up the cost of tuition ($8,000 average for state colleges and $25,000 for private). As for those kids who want to take a year off after high school, to work or travel? I suppose we could arrest their parents. How will this "fix" schools? Maybe Levy will tell us later.
|Levy helped funnel $500K of DFER money to Shapton.|
Levy ...helped engineer the back-do or shipment of $500K to [Al] Sharpton via hedge-fund school reformers DFER which apparently bought Sharpton's temporary allegiance to the "bedfellows" club at EEP.At the time, Fred himself, pointed out this back-alley deal on his blog.
So yes, Mr. Levy certainly has a lot to teach his Ownership Society seminarians about political intrigue, manipulation, and how to make a buck or two off of education.
Thanks Fred for keep this story alive.