Friday, March 25, 2011

"you can't spin the story when you stand before God"

I mentioned the Alamo letter of Superintendent John Kuhn from Texas regarding the proposed education cuts for FY12. He's interviewed by Anthony Kuhn on EdWeek, where he says the following:
The assumption that the school reform movement doesn't permit negative outcomes requires you to believe that they fix kids when the hard, unmentionable truth is that they cull them. And I take the culled ones and do the best I can with them. And I'm good with this arrangement because you can't spin the story when you stand before God.
(To which one can only add "Amen!")
He also addressed a rally of educators in Austin:

We need more administrators like this one.

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