Wednesday, March 21, 2007

"Children First" Game Rule Clarification

The post below, "A Free Choice for Principals?" requires a rule clarification for the new Monopoly-like game, "Children First: A Game of Irony":

According to the rules, if someone lands on one of your schools, they pay you but you must then kick back 10% to the support organization you have chosen. If you have not chosen a support organization, you collect nothing and also lose 10% of your budget due to your "ineffective leadership".

However, remember the "Chancellor" can change the rules of the game at any time. The only check on his power to do this is that he must first consult with the "real stakeholders": Edison Schools, New Visions, and Alvarez and Marsal.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The "Monopoly" game is brilliant!
I see the rules were posted by Gary Babad. I would love to get them published and may have a chance to do that, but I don't want to infringe on any copyright and, in any case, I would want to be sure to give full credit to the person(s)who created this fantastic "game." Please respond to let me know how I could contact you do discuss obtaining permission to release this hilarious and insightful "game" to a wider audience. Thanks!