Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Reinoso Never Called North Carolina School District 

In an obligatory article on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district, Washington Post writer Robert Pierre includes this nugget:

Victor Reinoso, deputy mayor for education, who took responsibility for the copying, said he did not visit Charlotte or talk to educators here while preparing the D.C. strategy. Nearly one-third of that strategy was directly lifted from Charlotte's plan.
I guess he was too busy pulling an all-nighter to get the plan out to actually see what was really going on in schools in North Carolina.

He has got to go.

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