Of course not, because you limited the answers. Had you included "wrong", that would have made it easier for me. However, I understand that word is not in the lib lexicon.
But "wrong" is very subjective. As an example I could make many of the same arguments against Christian School Education that this article makes against CAC. Or Muslim School Education. or Home Schooling at a KKK Compound.
I asked the question correctly. Is there anything that Mr. Ayers is doing that is Illegal, Immoral or Unethical?
Obviously the answer is NO.
Do I like the program he is providing for youth? I don't have enough information to form an opinion. So far, from this article and from the web I have only sketchy information that does not provide enough REAL information to draw an honest conclusion. If you are drawing a conclusion from the article, you must assume the biases of the author, the editor and the limited information presented.
On the surface [based on what I have read tonight] I would not be popular in their committee meetings, but then again I didn't grow up in that environment and don't have the necessary background to know how to gain the focus of that group of kids.
This is much like the Palin rumors. Unless folks are willing to do their own research and dig through as much as possible [like city council records until they pulled them off line] an opinion could not be gleaned.
So, no, "WRONG" is not an option for the question.