Friday, December 3, 2010
"Data craziness is starting to hurt," says Kaya Henderson
In an interview with WAMU's Kavitha Cardoza, Tuesday, Kaya Henderson stepped away from the Michelle Rhee script and began, for the first time, to articulate what might be a different approach. "I think we've gotten something wrong," she said. "The goal is to educate children. And I think the swing of the pendulum from absolutely no accountability to what I might call data craziness is starting to hurt." Read Bill Turque's account here.
Posted by Real Ed Reform DC at 3:33 PM