student achievement data integrity

student achievement data integrity

Aug 24, 2011

Data integrity: Live by the sword, die by the sword. Or the headlines. Michelle Rhee is being surprisingly reticent to talk with USAToday reporters who wrote a three-part series on questionable achievement gains in DC schools. You can't just talk with the press on good hair days, as the New York Times points out.

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