As interest continues to build for his recent book, Special Interest: Teachers Unions and America's Public Schools, Terry Moe is on the pages of today's Wall Street Journal with a great op-ed examining how continued advances in internet-based learning will ultimately diminish the power of America's teachers unions. Read the piece, and listen to our interview with Terry to learn the latest.
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