There was a lot of reaction to my the post Five Things On My Mind, including a slew of interesting comments from Jay, Tim, and Marty on the ChicagoNow site about what a failing nonselective school is and who should be responsible for its failure.
Lots of discussion, too, about new Tribune education reporter Azam Ahmed, including this comment from Go To The Bottom: "He could do good coverage, even if blocked by top administrators, if he
talked to the folks at the bottom - the students, parents, teachers,
sped pros, janitors, food service, bus drivers, IT working stiff, etc.
That's a legit way to do journalism."
Comments on the comments? You know what to do.
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