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Cartoons: Charter School Lottery-Motivated Superhero

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It's a pro-reform / anti-union comic book! The new and somewhat controversial comic book adaptation of Spider Man (he's multi-racial!) includes a charter school lottery failure as part of the main character's backstory. Is it the lottery that's bad, or is it the neighborhood schools (in the comic book storyline)?  You be the judge.  Via EIA & others.


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No longer a victim of some thugs who kill his father, spidey is a victim of an unenlightened society which thinks gambling is a good way to run a country. So we use to fear poor criminals, now we fear a lack of well funded state education.

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