Why Does Jo-Ann Armao Still Express Love For the “Reformed” status quo in education?

I really don’t know where she gets the idea that Michelle Rhee’s “Reign of Error” was a wonderful success.

Is she personally paid by the Broad, Arnold, Gates and Walton foundations? Her position of support for everything “reformista” in education sounds like the derangement of Trump supporters. It certainly predates Jeff Bezos’ purchase of the Post, so he can’t be credited with her stance. Then again, he can hire and fire anybody he wants.

It pays to read what a veteran education reporter had to say about JAA a few years ago.

http://takingnote.learningmatters.tv/?p=6374&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lmtv_takingnote+%28Taking+Note+by+John+Merrow%29

Published in: on July 6, 2019 at 7:38 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. […] Brandenburg cannot understand the Washington Post editorial writer Jo-Anne Armao. When Michelle Rhee started her job as chancellor of the D.C. schools in 2007, Armao interviewed her […]

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