Wednesday, March 14, 2007

What can really be done to fix Milwaukee Public Schools?

Kenya Evans in Sunday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel tries valiantly to make MPS look better than hopeless. Failing that, she tries a different approach.
New charter schools are announced on billboards and opened in abandoned buildings like jack-in-the-boxes. What started off as a great implementation to redefine education is backsliding into a moneymaking machine with students as a byproduct.

Students as a byproduct still sounds better than dropouts as a product.

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