We all know when a popular revolt succeeds. Someone gets overthrown. At what point, however, does a historic, full-scale rebellion take wing? Always hard to tell.
The revolt we discuss here involves bad policy and public schools. A climactic victory has yet to come. But let me fancy this notion:
What now simmes across the countryside took wing a few years ago when a certain overstressed Texas third grader of whom I know threw up on her state test.