Comments on:

Jonetta Rose Barras: Building a permanent underclass, Part 2

Back to the article » |
When this whole education reform thing started in D.C., there was talk about putting children first. District officials, including then-Mayor Adrian Fenty and DC Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee, advocated for extended instructional days and year-round schooling. Those changes would enhance academic achievement, particularly in low-performing schools. Forget all of that. We're not in...

To learn more about commenting on WashingtonExaminer.com and our community guidelines, please see our comments FAQ.