From the daily archives: Thursday, July 12, 2012

A few weeks ago, The Dispatch lobbed a series of uncalled-for attacks at the schools surrounding some internally raised questions (questions) regarding the tracking of student attendance.  Shameful attacks based on accusations of former employees; non-educators who merely entered data.  To date, the strongest “breaking of the law” the paper has been able to report is some missing paperwork, though to read their reporting you’d think it is a federal case.  If they had engaged in some additional research based on the information they have gathered, they would have uncovered what we will proceed to explain here: you […]

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