You'll feel like you've been left alone in a room filling with some sort of gas that makes your brain feel all wibbly-wobbly.
You'll plotz from so much fun!
Let's get started.
Some people may feel they have all the answers, but not Miss Fortune!
Here's one question I'd love to have answered (Mr. Angrypants, are you listening?): how can it be that virtually no other news source has picked up the story of what could prove to be Michigan's largest charter school fraud?
A public school academy is a public trust, and that trust must be validated by
openness (except of course where students’ right to privacy must be
protected). Information on finances, curriculum, assessment, teacher
qualifications, program, student demographics, and other operational
issues must be widely and publicly available.
This information about
any school that receives public funds must not only be shared with the
school community, but also with the public at large, and must always be
subject to commentary.