|Hidden Cam: Another Top Publishing Exec Says “It’s never about the kids”
“It’s never about the kids”.
That’s how Amelia Petties, a Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt strategic account executive, described Common Core to our Project Veritas undercover journalist.
Watch the second video of our Common Core series, which exposes how the book publishers are all about the money, with no regard for the actual needs of America’s students.
As I mentioned when I shared our first video in which another publishing executive said “she hates kids” and “was only in it to sell books”, this was not an isolated incident.
Corporate cronyism and underhanded political deals have contributed to Common Core’s massive disruption and the unraveling of America’s educational fabric, and it is no longer a secret thanks to our undercover videos.
In upcoming videos in this series, we will show more abuse of taxpayer dollars and how major textbook publishing companies are enriching themselves at the expense of children.
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