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Wall Street Firms Make Money From Teachers' Pensions -- And Fund Charter Schools Fight

David Sirota, Avi Asher-Schapiro and Andrew Perez International Business Times
The largest injection of money from donors linked to a MassPRIM money manager came from Berkshire Partners executives Bradley Bloom, David Peeler, Robert Small and Ross Jones. Together they have given a quarter-million dollars to Great Schools Massachusetts. Their 2016 donations came only months after the MassPRIM board committed $175 million to a Berkshire-managed fund. Assuming standard fee rates, that deal could generate more than $3 million in annual management fees
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