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Bully ways in Marvell-Elaine intention to smother opposition to highschool privatization

The very first thing Secretary Jacob Oliva did earlier than the Marvell-Elaine College District entered a contract with the Friendship Schooling Basis? Hearth everybody.

It’s one a part of state leaders’ bigger plan to regulate the narrative of LEARNS.

We see why the state is attempting so exhausting to re-write the story; Marvell-Elaine faculties aren’t actually “saved” when the Division of Schooling swoops in and cleans home. Which is why plaintiffs filed a second motion in their lawsuit against the state ahead of the scheduled June 20th hearing.

The movement argues that the LEARNS Act has brought about fast, irreparable hurt to Marvell-Elaine. Through the course of Schooling Secretary Oliva, the “transformation contract” resulted in huge layoffs of Marvell-Elaine workers, plunging all these workers into financial uncertainty.

Oliva and his buddies at Friendship Constitution appear intent on reshaping the district with new educators — a obtrusive contradiction to the state’s empty message that solely LEARNS can save Marvell-Elaine from hazard.

The workers firings have been carried out alongside an aggressive, state-sponsored messaging marketing campaign in Marvell-Elaine: LEARNS = good, proper, holy. Lawsuit = foolish, dangerous, harmful.


Moreover, Arkansas’s leaders have coordinated efforts with LEARNS allies to pump out propaganda that the swimsuit places Marvell-Elaine liable to future consolidation. It’s a lie meant to intimidate folks out of opposing LEARNS and the Friendship contract.

The coordinated PR marketing campaign across the lawsuit is all about energy and management of the narrative. The swimsuit comprises particular language asking that no retaliatory measures be taken towards the varsity district in response to the plaintiff’s criticism. These suing the state knew they might be intimidated into withdrawing and had the wherewithal to put in writing in language to guard their faculty district. However that has not stopped Oliva and others from pushing their false narrative concerning the swimsuit.

In brief, the state is hoping Marvell-Elaine residents will purchase their story that LEARNS “saved” the district and that the lawsuit will hurt the neighborhood. However the sleazy PR marketing campaign the Governor is operating in Marvell-Elaine says in any other case.

On AR Watch is a nonprofit, nonpartisan watchdog group that retains a watch on state authorities.

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