Friday, August 08, 2008

This was thought out well


First we set up a flawed program that keeps 'Needs Improvement' schools in that same category, despite making yearly progress, and then we have a law which requires them to move ... but there's not place for them to go to and other districts don't have the resources to take them.

Of course, one could make the argument that if you let the better-performing students transfer out of the schools that are struggling, how exactly will the struggling schools get better?


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