Monday, August 31, 2009

Good for Me, But Not For Thee


Fenty's children had previously attended a private Montessori school that runs through third grade. When classes began Monday, the mayor fulfilled a longtime pledge to place his sons in the public school system once they reached fourth grade.

Was that a "no excuses" Montessori school? 'Cause I hear those "no excuses" schools are pretty good.


A recent amendment to the D.C. Municipal Regulations also authorizes Rhee to grant a "discretionary transfer" if she determines that it would be "in the best interests of the student, and that the transfer would promote the overall interests of the school system." The amendment, which went into effect May 29, was part of a series of rule changes tweaking the out-of-boundary application process.

I'm so happy mayoral control has taken the politics out of education. Everything is so objective and scientific now.

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