Eli Broad is one of the chief billionaires pushing education reform.
Two-thirds of the money Charles Koch Foundation distributed in 2018 went to universities and colleges.
Right-wing policy network gathers in Colorado Springs to advance anti-labor, climate denial, and anti-disclosure agenda.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) meets this week in Austin, the capital of the Lone Star State, for its 46th Annual Meeting at the posh JW Marriott hotel.
Speech First may look like a student group, but its staff and PR firm are paid for by the Koch operation’s DonorsTrust.
The noted hate group is also a dues-paying member of ALEC, CMD has found.
2.7 million school children have an incarcerated parent.
Scott Beightol defends corporations accused of racial, gender, and age discrimination, and employers who want to deny workers medical and family leave.
Eli Broad is one of several mega-billionaires who have spent hundreds of millions on education think tank research and charter schools, shaping current trends in what they call education reform.
ALEC state legislators, lobbyists, and Koch operatives return to Washington, D.C. today for ALEC’s States & Nation Policy Summit to promote an agenda only fossil fuel companies could love.