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Saturday's Show (May 26)

This morning Chris and his guests discussed Mitt Romney's new education plan which focuses on school choice and vouchers, as well as his initiatives to link teacher evaluations to student performance, a plan which teacher unions oppose. Also, a debate about whether private equity is bad for the economy after this week's Obama campaign attacks on Mitt Romney's record at Bain Capital, and what lead Facebook's IPO to debut so poorly.

Joining Chris were:

Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of (@democracynow).

Karen Hunter (@karenhunter), MSNBC contributor and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.

Dan Dicker (@dan_dicker), CNBC contributor and licensed commodities trade advisor.

Joe Weisenthal (@thestalwart), deputy editor at Business Insider.

Marcellus Andrews, Columbia University professor of economics. 

Dana Goldstein (@danagoldstein)contributor to The Nation and fellow at the New America Foundation.

Pedro Noguera (@pedroanoguera), NYU professor of education and author of City Schools and the American Dream: Reclaiming the Promise of Public Education.

:: Blogged by Brett Brownell (@brettbrownell), Up w/ Chris Hayes web & video producer ::