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## Rhee’s Failures in DC, the Continuing Saga: 2012 DC-CAS

## Part Eleven of Many

Today we have four more failures to reach promised goals by Michelle Rhee and her acolyte Kaya Henderson. This time they are goals set for the 2012 DC-CAS in math and reading at the elementary and secondary levels.

Once again, not a single target was reached, as you can see in this little table:

For elementary math, the promise was that 63.0% of the students in DCPS would be ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced’ on the 2012 DC-CAS. In fact, only 45.9% reached that level. In secondary math, the target was 54.6% but the result was only 48.0%.

In reading, the promise was that at the elementary level, 63.8% of the students would be ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced'; however, the actual rate was only 44.2%. At the secondary level, the prediction was that 55.6% would be ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced’, but only 44.2% of the secondary students in DCPS reached that level.

So here is the score so far: out of 50 measured targets, exactly one and one-half of the goals were reached (and I was being generous on that one-half). That is a score of 3%.

Not 30%. THREE PERCENT.

Can someone explain to me why Kaya Henderson still has a job, and why the foundations who funded this wild reformy scheme back in 2009-2010 didn’t ask for their money back?

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Sources and methods:

I worked with an OSSE spreadsheet containing all the scores for all of the charter and regular public schools in DC by grade. I took out just the regular DC public schools and sorted them by grade levels. I counted every tested student in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 as ‘elementary’, and every student in grades 7, 8 and 10 as ‘secondary’, and added up how many were ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced’ at each level, and divided that by the total number of students tested at that level. Thank goodness for electronic spreadsheets! They do all the number crunching for you! You can find the original * spreadsheet for 2012 DC-CAS scores her*e, (it’s the fourth listing) and the original l

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**etters containing the promises her**==============

The saga so far:

- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/did-any-of-michelle-rhees-promises-actually-work-in-dc/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/what-rhee-promised-to-the-billionaires-walton-gates-et-al-but-didnt-deliver/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/ten-more-promises-from-rhee-henderson-company-were-any-of-them-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/more-failures-to-deliver-on-promises-by-michelle-rhee-and-her-acolytes/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/another-day-another-bunch-of-failures-from-rhee-henderson/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/even-more-missed-targets-dc-cas-proficiency-in-2010-and-2011/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/ (this one)
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/the-long-list-of-failures-by-rhee-and-henderson-continued/

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Once again, let me credit my colleague Erich Martel for coming up with the idea of going back to the original promises and seeing if they were kept or not, and sharing his findings with me. These calculations are generally my own, so if you find any mistakes, don’t blame him. Blame me.

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## Is The Harlem Success Academy a Success, or just a Fraud?

A researcher has looked into the claims of Eva Moskowitz and her Harlem Success Academy that they do a much better job of educating the exact same types of kids than do the local public schools.

The writer shows that none of those claims are true: these Moskowitz Academies do NOT enroll the same types of students; they have enormous attrition rates; and even with all that skimming and “creaming”, they are not very successful.

The post is at Diane Ravitch’s blog at http://dianeravitch.net/2014/09/12/researcher-charter-chain-built-on-hyperbole/ .

## Even More Missed Targets: DC-CAS Proficiency in 2010 and 2011

## Part Ten of Many

Installment #10 in our lengthy saga of failures by the current and past Chancellors of the District of Columbia School system.

Today we look at overall proficiency rates in elementary and secondary math and reading on the DC-CAS for 2010 and 2011, which will add up to eight separate goals out of our grand total of 78.

(Up until now, out of 38 goals assessed, the dynamic duo of Rhee and Henderson managed to attain one and a half of them.)

Here is the summary table:

In this set of goals, a high number is good, because it means a higher proportion of students are ‘proficient’. Unfortunately for Rhee, Henderson and the various billionaire foundations, not a single one of these targets were met.

Not one.

In every single case, the ‘target’ was higher than the actual proficiency rate — and in some cases, the proficiecy rates actually declined a bit from 2010 to 2011, despite all the rosy predictions…

For example: in 2010, the promise was that 53.0% of all DCPS elementary students would be ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced’ on the DC-CAS in math. In reality, only 42.8% of our elementary kids met that standard. In 2011, the prediction was that 58% of all DCPS elementary students would be proficient or advanced in math on the DC-CAS, but in fact, only 41.8% were — and that was a decline of about 1% from the year before.

And the same sort of thing happened in every one of the eight categories measured here. In every single case, the predicted target was considerably higher than the actual result.

So with eight more failures out of eight more measurements, the total now is 44.5 failures and 1.5 successes, which is beyond pitiful: about THREE PERCENT success and 97% FAILURE.

Again, why does Kaya Henderson still have a job?

And why didn’t these four foundations ask for their money back?

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My next task needs to be to investigate the results for 2012 and 2013, which will be a bit challenging because DCPS and OSSE completely changed the way data are reported. The new way looks all fun and interactive but — in my opinion — is a lot harder to extract actual information from. It might take me a couple of days.

The saga so far:

- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/did-any-of-michelle-rhees-promises-actually-work-in-dc/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/what-rhee-promised-to-the-billionaires-walton-gates-et-al-but-didnt-deliver/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/ten-more-promises-from-rhee-henderson-company-were-any-of-them-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/more-failures-to-deliver-on-promises-by-michelle-rhee-and-her-acolytes/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/another-day-another-bunch-of-failures-from-rhee-henderson/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/even-more-missed-targets-dc-cas-proficiency-in-2010-and-2011/
**(this one)** - http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/the-long-list-of-failures-by-rhee-and-henderson-continued/

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Once again, let me credit my colleague Erich Martel for coming up with the idea of going back to the original promises and seeing if they were kept or not, and sharing his findings with me. These calculations are generally my own, so if you find any mistakes, don’t blame him. Blame me.

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## Another Day, Another Bunch of Failures from Rhee & Henderson

## Part Nine of Many

Today, we look to see if the past and present Chancellors of DC Public Schools actually met any of the promises that they made to four billionaires’ foundations in regards to reducing the ‘achievement gaps’ on the 2010 DC-CAS (the local NCLB standardized test).

The short answer is, NO. Not a single target was met out of the twelve additional ones today. Not a single, solitary goal.

So their record is, one-and-a-half goals out of 38, which in percentages is 3.9%.

Not thirty-nine percent.

Instead, a bit under FOUR PERCENT.

Here is a more detailed table, for the 2011 reading score gaps:

I will try to explain, starting at the first line of results:

Rhee promised that on the 2010 DC-CAS, in reading, the difference in proficiency rates between black and white students would only be 41.7%. In actuality it was about ten percentage points higher, at 51.4%.

At the secondary level, she promised that the reading gap would be 48.2%, but it was really 49.5%. Yes, that is pretty close, but I’m not giving her that one — no cigar, as they say at the carnival fairgrounds.

On the next line, she promised that the White-Hispanic gap in proficiency rates would be 35.1%, but it was really 47.1% — not very close at all. At the secondary level, she said that she would (magically) achieve a 36.8% gap, but it was really 43.9%.

On the last line, the gap in proficiency rates between poor students and non-poor students (as measured by data on free or reduced-price lunch applications) would be 24.7% at the elementary level and 21.8% at the secondary level. In fact, those gaps were, respectively, 32.7% and 24.5%.

Recall that a lower gap is a good thing. Higher gaps are bad things.

Now look at the gap table for math on the DC-CAS for 2011:

As you can see, every single number in the pink column (reality) is larger than the number in the white column just to the left of it, which means that in every single instance, her promises were unfulfilled.

Way to go, Michelle and Kaya!

Your score is now UNDER FOUR PERCENT!

Do you two actually know enough math to know how bad that is?

{I really don’t know how Michelle Rhee and Kaya Henderson sleep at night, knowing they are such complete and utter failures. But then again, I don’t understand the psychopathic personality. Most people, like me, are aware of many of our own personal failures, and regret them deeply. {Some of us ask for forgiveness in formal religious settings, while others just stew over these failures all our lives…}

(Rhee, however, said on-camera in one of John Merrow’s initial laudatory films on her career that she had never done ANYTHING that she had any regrets for – or words to that effect. My jaw dropped when I saw her say that.)

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As before, the original set of documents listing all those $64.5 million’s worth of promises to billionaire’s foundations can be found on page 22, **here.**

And if you want to do the digging yourself to check my spreadsheet’s arithmetic, you can find the DC-CAS scores for 2011* here;* but be prepared to do some tedious number-crunching!

I really don’t know how Michelle Rhee and Kaya Henderson sleep at night, knowing they are such complete and utter failures. But then again, I don’t understand the psychopathic personality.

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The saga so far:

- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/did-any-of-michelle-rhees-promises-actually-work-in-dc/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/what-rhee-promised-to-the-billionaires-walton-gates-et-al-but-didnt-deliver/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/ten-more-promises-from-rhee-henderson-company-were-any-of-them-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/more-failures-to-deliver-on-promises-by-michelle-rhee-and-her-acolytes/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/another-day-another-bunch-of-failures-from-rhee-henderson/
**(this one)** - http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/even-more-missed-targets-dc-cas-proficiency-in-2010-and-2011/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/the-long-list-of-failures-by-rhee-and-henderson-continued/

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Once again, let me credit my colleague Erich Martel for coming up with the idea of going back to the original promises and seeing if they were kept or not, and sharing his findings with me. These calculations are generally my own, so if you find any mistakes, don’t blame him. Blame me.

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## More Failures to Deliver on Promises by Michelle Rhee and Her Acolytes

## Part Eight of Many

As you may recall, Michelle Rhee made a whole lot of promises about the types of improvements in test scores that she could deliver if she was given free reign to fire administrators or teachers in the DC Public School system as she saw fit and give bonuses to those who increased test scores according to her mandates.

I’ve been looking into those 78 numerical goals, using the original documents and with prodding from my former colleague, Erich Martel (we are both retired DCPS teachers).

Up until now, out of 14 measurable goals that I have waded through, I have shown that she delivered on exactly one and a half of those promises.

I just now finished crunching the numbers for the 2011 DC-CAS to see how her promises fared concerning the ‘achievement gaps’. That term refers to the differences in the percentages of various groups that score at or above the ‘proficient’ label on the local NCLB standardized test, the DC-CAS.

Bottom line for today? Out of twelve measurable goals that I analyzed and that she promised, on the 2011 DC-CAS, in exchange for 64.5 million dollars, she and her successors achieved exactly NONE of them.

Not one.

So her score (and that of Kaya Henderson, her chief henchperson and successor), is now 1.5 out of 26, which is roughly six percent.

Six percent!

And falling!

Here is a table showing how Rhee and the rest of DCPS central administration failed to meet any of the goals on this round:

For example, and starting from the top, Rhee et al promised that in elementary reading, in 2011, the black-white proficiency gap in 2011 would only be 36.7%. In fact, it was 53.5% by my calculations,* and even higher than it was in 2007 when she was hired as chancellor!

She also promised that for elementary reading, the Hispanic-white gap would only be 30.1% but it was really 43.7%, again higher than it was in 2007!

Likewise, the promise was that the gap between the proficiency rates of poor students (i.e., those eligible for free or reduced-price lunch) and the non-poor, or non-disadvantaged, in elementary reading would only be 21.2%. However, it was really 31.5% — once again, higher than it was in 2007.

(If you aren’t clear on this, the general idea is that big gaps between proficiency rates of white and black students, or between white and hispanic students, or between poor and non-poor students, are bad. Lowering those gaps is good. I certainly agree with the goal. I just don’t think that Michelle Rhee had any clue as to how to go about doing it, but she was a really good huckster.)

In secondary reading (which I take to be grades 7, 8, and 10), the situation was much the same. A promised gap of 43.2% between black and white students was really 49.7%, the same as it was in 2009. The gap for hispanic vs white secondary students was promised to be 31.8% but was really 37.7%. The poor-nonpoor gap was promised to be 18.3% but was really 21.9%.

I won’t bore you with all six of her failures in the math department — you can read the table for yourself, keeping in mind that the salmon-colored boxes are the actual results, which are higher (and thus worse) than the very optimistic predictions that Rhee and her henchpeople made to the four billionaires’ foundations.

As I’ve asked many times before:

With an almost continuous legacy of lies, broken promises, and failures to deliver on anything, why does anybody listen to Michelle Rhee? And why does Kaya Henderson have a job as DCPS chancellor?

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* Here is the gist of how I calculated this: according to OSSE documents, there were 9132 African-American students tested in DCPS in reading in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 in 2011. Of them, about 3234 tested as ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced’, which works out to 35.4% (about a third) being scored ‘passing’ according to the provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act. Among White non-Hispanic students in DCPS in the same grades, same subject, there were 1,226 students tested, of whom 1,090 were ‘proficient’ or ‘advanced’. That works out to 88.9% ‘passing’ among white students. If you subtract 35.4% from 88.9%, you get a ‘proficiency gap’ of about 53.5%. For comparison, the same gap in 2007 was 53.7%.

All of the calculations were done in the same manner, and I can post the spreadsheets on Google Drive if anybody is interested. If anybody finds any errors, their contribution will be cheerfully acknowledged and this page will be corrected, with credit.

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Next time, I plan to look at the 2010 DC-CAS, then the ones for 2012 and 2013. Many apologies for not going in order.

- The saga so far:
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/more-failures-to-deliver-on-promises-by-michelle-rhee-and-her-acolytes/
**(this one)** - http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/another-day-another-bunch-of-failures-from-rhee-henderson/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/even-more-missed-targets-dc-cas-proficiency-in-2010-and-2011/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/

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## Math Targets for NAEP in DCPS – more broken promises

## Part Seven of Many

Here we look at the math targets that Michelle Rhee promised DCPS students would reach on the NAEP TUDA from 2007 to 2013. Let’s see how many goals were actually achieved.

First, 8th grade math:

As you can see, Rhee promised that the DCPS average scale score in math for 8th graders would be 256 in 2011 and would be 262 in 2013. Neither goal was reached, because the scores were only 255 in 2011 and 260 in 2013. I drew brown diamonds to indicate NOT reaching the promised goals.

Now let’s look at 4th grade math:

Again, as you can see, Rhee and her buddies running DCPS failed to reach the goals that were promised.

So for these four goals, Rhee & Henderson & company are zero for four.

Which means that the running total, so far, is one and a half out of fourteen, which is about 11% success.

Can someone remind me why Kaya Henderson still has a job?

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The saga so far:

- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
**(this one)** - http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/

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## 3+3 = 6 for nearly all values of 3. Not 5.

### Part Six of Many

**Alert readers will have noticed that in the immediately prior post I originally added wrong (three plus three is generally six), so I gave Rhee and company a better score than they deserved. **

**This semi-alert writer caught his own mistake before anybody else notified him and rubbed his nose in it. **

**So, Rhee’s actual score is 1.5 out of 10 (15%) overall, not 1.5 out of 9 (about 17%). So far.**

** There are many more goals to go!**

Any predictions of the final score will be, out of 78 specific promises made by Michelle Rhee?

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The saga so far:

- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
**(this one)** - http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/

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## Six more promises from Rhee, Henderson & Company: Were ANY of them Kept?

## Part Five of Many

You may recall that Michelle Rhee is famous for summarily firing administrators who didn’t bring student scores up the way she demanded.

As a result, the turnover in principals in DCPS is phenomenal.

The 2010 contract between DCPS and a bunch of billionaire-funded foundations also called for penalties if certain targets were not met.

I’m systematically going through those targets to see how many (if any) of those targets were actually met.

So far, out of four targets, Rhee/Henderson et al have ALMOST met one of them.

We have six more targets today, concerning specific numerical targets to be reached on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and its Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) from about 2009 through 2013.

For a change, I’ll start with 8th grade reading, then fourth grade reading. Next time, the same grade levels in math. Try to keep score as we go along.

Let me try to explain what’s going on here. In 2007, the average score for all DCPS 8th graders in reading on the NAEP TUDA was 241. Rhee and her accomplices in DCPS promised that in 2009, that score would rise to 244, then to 248 in the year 2011, and finally hit 252 in 2013 (last year); those are the blue dots and lines that you see in the graph and in the chart.

In fact, the actual average NAEP TUDA scores were significantly lower, in each and every single year. In 2009 the average was actually 240, then 237 in 2011, and 245 last year (2013).

In other words, not a single one of those targets were met. I count that as zero for three.

You may notice that I drew brown ‘diamonds’ (rhombi) around the cases where the targets were not met.

Now let’s look at 4th grade reading:

In this case, one of the targets was actually met! Huzzah! In the year 2009, the prediction was that the average scale score for DC public school students would be 202, but it was actually 2003! Yowzers!

But in 2011 and 2013, the goals were NOT met. So that’s only 1 for three.

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I think I’ll put the math scores in an additional post, since this is getting pretty long.

But let’s keep score overall. Today, Rhee’s record is 1 for 6.

Over the last few days, we found that she got ALMOST a 1 out of 4.

Overall, that’s about one and a half out of ten, or 15 percent.

Anywhere in the US school system, and everywhere else that I know of, that is a very solid failing grade.

So, why does Kaya Henderson* still have a job as DCPS chancellor, and why does anybody listen to any of the promises that Michelle Rhee makes and has made, when their record is almost unremitting failure — EVEN ON THEIR OWN TERMS?

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Thanks to Erich Martel for bringing* this data *to my attention and compiling the actual average scale scores from the

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**NAEP TUDA website*** Right-hand henchperson of Michelle Rhee and her acolyte and booster at “The New Teacher Project” and a failed NYC teach-for-a-while many years ago.

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**Alert readers will have noticed that I originally added wrong (three plus three is generally six), so I gave Rhee and company a better score than they deserved. This semi-alert writer caught his own mistake before anybody else rubbed his nose in it. Her score is 1.5 out of 10 (15%) overall, not 1.5 out of 9 (about 17%). So far. There are many more goals to go!**

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The saga so far:

- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/more-on-michelle-rhees-promises-concerning-dcps/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/two-more-promises-by-rhee-et-al-were-they-kept/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/ten-more-promises-from-rhee-henderson-company-were-any-of-them-kept/
**(this one)** - http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/33-6-for-nearly-all-values-of-3-not-5/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/5281/
- http://gfbrandenburg.wordpress.com/2014/09/13/rhees-failures-in-dc-the-continuing-saga-2012-dc-cas/

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