The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence has been notably quiet in the fight to get a decent charter school law in Kentucky.
That makes one of their new blog items especially noteworthy.
Can it really be? Prichard lauding practices of teacher evaluation from Pittsburgh’s City High? A CHARTER SCHOOL!
Check it out for yourself here.
Of course, we have to look elsewhere to benefit from innovations from charter schools because Kentucky does not have any of these innovative schools.
And, so far, Prichard hasn’t been of any help in changing the law so we can fix that deficiency.