Guilford County, N.C. told POLITICO on Wednesday that the state decided to stop using the service...
Guilford schools’ departure doesn’t put the project in any kind of jeopardy, inBloom said, although Louisiana withdrew in April and other states once affiliated with the project no longer are. That leaves New York, two Illinois districts and one Colorado district as firm participants for now; Massachusetts is on the fence.emphasis mine
After I tweeted this earlier today, I urged Secretary Malone to reconsider Massachusetts' position:
Hey, @MassEducation! Let's get off the fence!After asking what I was talking about, he replied:
— Tracy Novick (@cascadingwaters) August 1, 2013
@cascadingwaters We have a better view from the top of the fence at this point in time. As we learn more we'll make a thoughtful decision.All right: bonus points for running with the fence metaphor, but clearly, the Secretary still needs, shall we say, a push.
— MassEducation (@MassEducation) August 1, 2013
Keep up the pressure, folks.