From the daily archives: Saturday, February 13, 2016

After the Ohio Department of Education’s David Hansen was found to have intentionally excluded poor-performing charter schools from the evaluations of authorizers, leading to his resignation, and after Ohio’s $71 million federal grant application was found to be “questionable” in its calculation of high-performing and poor-performing charter schools, specifically excluding online charter schools, new interim state superintendent Lonny Rivera was forced to submit a revised list of schools to try and appease federal grant reviewers and obtain the money.

Rivera’s new letter, with the now-much-longer list of poor-performing charters, once again opted to – for reasons that he […]

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