What Did You Think About "Inside Room 206"?

The Sun-Times has a few letters to the editor in response to its three-part series on the Donoghue classroom that reporter Kate Grossman used to describe the U of C's resurgent involvement in local schools, but I realize that I didn't link the the story enough and haven't heard very much about it from you.

Here are the stories: One classroom, many classes, Doubts emerge in school experiment, Grading the school year, and Readers respond to series.

What do you think about the article in terms of fairness to the teacher, the students, the principals, and the U of C?  (What do insiders know or say about Donaghue?)  Do you think the article got it right, in terms of highlighting the challenges of instruction and school improvement? 

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