As the hype builds for CES, the New York Times divides the competitors for your living room into three categories. The Incumbents like HBO already have a stake in America’s TV market. Latching on to them are the Extenders, who provide the actual devices to link up with your PC. Finally, the Straight Shooters bridge the gap with software.
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School vouchers foster segregation, fail to expand opportunities | Opinion https://t.co/ZOQrGlhmA8
@SunSentinel @annaegalite @SunSentinel if you're going to report transfers that way you should also report the % of transfers that lead to *integration* in one (or both) sectors. That number is 91%.
91 > 66.
The overall result is that the Louisiana voucher program racially *integrates.*
@SunSentinel @annaegalite The percentages reported here are highly misleading because they count a tie as a loss (hench the "or both").