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Stories by Seth Sandronsky
Seth Sandronsky is a journalist in Sacramento. Email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Big Companies Like Microsoft, Pearson Are Gearing to Profit from Our Children’s Successes and Failures
Posted on: Mar 10, 2014, Source: AlterNet
Salivating profiteers are going after public schools with the voracious appetites of hungry teenagers.
Why New Jersey Epitomizes the Dark Side of 'Education Reform'
Posted on: Feb 18, 2014, Source: CounterPunch
Dcriminatory state takeovers of NJ public schools has become a drastic predatory reform weapon of choice.
How California's Oil and Water Policies Are Bankrupting Higher Education
Posted on: May 27, 2010, Source: AlterNet
California oil and water policies reap windfall profits for banking institutions, land developers and agribusiness, but are undermining the state's higher education plan.
Mall Riots: Why Are Some Americans Becoming Violent Shoppers?
Posted on: Feb 10, 2010, Source: AlterNet
Americans used to protest in the streets; now some have resorted to fighting each other in shopping malls. What happened?
Will Our 'Green Jobs' Dollars Help a Ritzy Car Company Open a Toxic Manufacturing Plant?
Posted on: Dec 25, 2009, Source: AlterNet
Tesla makes a sleek electric roadster at $110,000. A new model's generating buzz, but one possible manufacturing site's haunted by ghosts of the old economy.
How One Journalist Learned About Modern Union-Busting the Hard Way
Posted on: Nov 27, 2009, Source: AlterNet
Sara Steffens thought that labor negotiations were civilized affairs ... until her newsroom became a battlefield.
Bush's Fiscal Policy Not Creating New Jobs
Posted on: Jul 8, 2003, Source: AlterNet
Working life is becoming more precarious for millions of people in America.
Jobs Crisis for Black Teens in America
Posted on: Jan 7, 2002, Source: Common Dreams
Does skin color still matter? For the 30% of black teens that don't have a job right now, maybe it does. Seth Sandronsky speaks out about black teen unemployment and what Washington is not doing about it.
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