What grade do billionaires get for school reform?
From iWatch News: Their bets have been as big as their egos and their bank accounts. Microsoft chairman Gates, computer magnate Michael Dell, investor Eli Broad, and the Walton family of Wal-Mart fame have collectively poured some $4.4 billion into school reform in the last decade through their private foundations. Has this big money made the big impact that they — as well as teachers, administrators, parents and students — hoped for? Story here.