Fairborn Councilwoman Donna Wilson wrote her state Senator (see below) to express opposition to giving ECOT a pass on collecting millions without documentation that students are engaged in learning. The ECOT-friendly response from the Senator’s office precipitated a second letter.
The public education community should be flooding the offices of state officials with letters demanding the ECOT scandal be resolved in favor of taxpayers and students immediately.
If there is no opposition expressed by concerned citizens, the ECOT gravy train will keep on rolling.
Dear Senator Hackett,
The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) has been failing our students for […]Full Story... →