Albuquerque Interfaith Challenges ‘Trojan Horse’ of Private Charters

New Mexico Representative Mimi Stewart and Sen. Linda Lopez joined the Rev. Trey Hammond of Albuquerque Interfaith at a news conference Tuesday to announce the introduction of House Bill 460, which would bar private firms from running public schools.

He and Albuquerque Interfaith leader Tina Garcia wrote a joint statement: "In the legend of the Trojan horse, Greeks capture Troy not by siege, but by stealth, under the cover of darkness, when raiders hidden in the hollow horse bring its downfall. This is an apt metaphor for how public education in New Mexico is being privatized..."

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