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When You are Wrong....

I try to live by my rules, and one at the top is "bad news doesn't get better with age." It's better to 'fess up, especially when you are really wrong. I was really wrong about at least one of the "usual suspects."

From Crystal Apple: Education Insiders' Predictions for No Child Left Behind's Reathorization, Coby Loup and Michael J Petrilli, Fordham Institute. Released January 4, 2007.


Andy Rotherham was one of those surveyed.

When you've dug yourself into a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging. So, my sincere apologies to the eduwonk.

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