Friday, August 25, 2006

Dangerous Schools

They're a tough issue. But one of the DoE's most cherished approaches to tough problems is denial. Say the schools in question are special education schools, for example, so they're supposed to be dangerous.

Or claim that since the weapons you found were during entry searches, that they shouldn't count. That's an odd argument from the administration that recently claimed if it found nothing from the random search program, it would prove the program was a success.

The article, of course, neglects to mention the time-honored tradition of principals not reporting incidents in the first place, so who knows what's really going on?

Not us, I have to suppose.

Thanks to Schoolgal
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