Policy phonics

I have a novel approach to solving this problem: I propose we . . . pay
schools on the basis of their ability to educate these children.  I plan
to call this system something nifty and new-economy, like . . . a market
That has an edgy, new-millenial kind of feel, doesn’t it?  I think it’s
the juxtaposition of the hard-edged k and t sounds with the soft,
sensuous labials of the first syllable.

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