“Promise Neighborhoods and the Importance of Community: Remarks of U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan at Neval Thomas Elementary School, Washington, DC.” Dec. 21, 2012
 “Fuel Your School Program Benefits 56,366 Students in Sacramento County.” Chevron press release. Jan. 16, 2013. Click here for full text.
 This comic accompanies a two-year long Truthout supported series illustrating the education reform debate from an alternative perspective, both ideologically and visually. See also The Disaster Capitalism Curriculum: The High Price of Education Reform (Adam Bessie & Dan Archer: Part I: Washington D.C.;Part II: New Orleans; Part III: Finland) and Automated Teaching Machine: A Graphic Introduction to the End of Human Teachers (Adam Bessie & Arthur King).
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