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UPDATE: No performance evaluations for any Chancellor or top administrator at Tweed since Bloomberg took office
Correction! Lisa Fleisher FOILed for the DOE performance evaluations BEFORE I did. Apologies to her. I had wrongly assumed otherwise.
UPDATE: Lisa Fleisher of the Wall Street Journal FOILed for the job evaluations of
the top leadership at Tweed shortly after I did – but smartly, she asked for all the
evaluations back to 2001, when Bloomberg took office.
Guess what? There are none. She also shows how
this is sharp departure from pre-Bloomberg days and the way things are done in
other school districts. Walcott explains the disparity from the strict
accountability demanded of teachers:
"They're in front of the classroom and teaching our children, and
we need to have a sense of how well they're doing," he said. "With
us, we're not teaching children directly, we're setting policy. And I don't
think it's hypocritical at all."
That really makes a lot of sense.
Klein claims that
instead of evaluations, he fired any of his aides who weren’t doing the job. And
those were who again?
This latest revelation is perfect coda to the Bloomberg era, when accountability at the top was promised New Yorkers, but instead we got mismanagement, corrupt and wasteful contracts, privatization, and damaging policies that were abhorrent to parents and educators alike.
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