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  • noun Plural form of reformer.

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Examples

  • The paternalistic condescension of the business-minded education reformers is insulting and counterproductive.

    Down the education rabbit hole

  • While I'm glad that the work of this new group of reformers is shining a spotlight on education in America, I'm as disturbed by what they're saying as I am by how they're saying it.

    Kate Quarfordt: What my High School Students Can Teach Ed Reformers

  • On the other side are what might be called "reformers" some traditionalists refer to them as "deformers".

    Learning the Hard Way

  • While I'm glad that the work of this new group of reformers is shining a spotlight on education in America, I'm as disturbed by what they're saying as I am by how they're saying it.

    Kate Quarfordt: What my High School Students Can Teach Ed Reformers

  • For example, transparency is a word reformers use often when we call for public reporting of achievement data or teacher performance information, sunshine on union contracts, and accessible district and state budgets.

    Suzanne Tacheny Kubach: Lessons from Gotham for Education Reformers

  • As to how the support of Catholics might shape a Hillary Clinton administration (hey, it's a religious conference, we believe in miracles!), Galston said that the one area in which Catholics actually are reformers is in labor, and he suspects that Hillary would be more proactive in enacting the "trade time out" she talks about and that labor might benefit "at the margins" in other ways.

    Religion and the Parties - Swampland - TIME.com

  • For example, transparency is a word reformers use often when we call for public reporting of achievement data or teacher performance information, sunshine on union contracts, and accessible district and state budgets.

    Suzanne Tacheny Kubach: Lessons from Gotham for Education Reformers

  • God, how I despise John McCain, Russ Feingold, and the rest of those fascists in reformers 'clothing.

    Sound Politics: Suppression of Dissent in Mrs. Gregoire's Amerikkka

  • You are apparently so reflexively hostile to anything that can even be perceived as an attack on the federal government that you completely ignore what the article is actually saying and what the eminent domain reformers are actually doing.

    Back to the Bench, Andy

  • Couso, an assistant professor of law and political science at the Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile, argues persuasively that during the 1980s and 1990s, Latin American reformers were influenced by the Warren Court's legacy....

    Archive 2008-05-01

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