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Poster: "Shouldn't Everyone Be Well Red?"

Kenneth Cole put up a billboard in New York City raising questions about teachers' self-interest, and as you can imagine teachers aren't particularly happy about it. GothamSchools has the backstory on the company's history of controversial positions and where Cole sends his kids.
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