1 - 2
In response to:

Look What's Going On in Charter Schools

philmay Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 3:39 PM
This is not what I am saying. I personally know TIZA Academies. They are one of a kind and totally different from other charter schools mentioned in this article. It is a cheap trick in journalism. You put a news and next to that news you put the picture of a person that belongs to another news. People who read the first news connect the dots by looking at the picture of the second news even though they are irrelevant. In some cases, that person could be under quick judgment. Anyway, the author here does the same tactic. She talks about two irrelevant school systems, but she gives in the same article so that the readers are confused and think that they are all the same. Got it?
In response to:

Look What's Going On in Charter Schools

philmay Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 11:59 AM
That is comparing apples and oranges... The author first talks about the so-called charter schools with no evidence of teaching religion and then she moves on to Tarek Ibn Ziyad Academy, totally irrelevant schools who explicitly teach religion. That way she tries to give the impression that successful American charter schools and an Islamic school in Minnesota are the same things.
1 - 2