Saturday, December 31, 2016

Schools Matter: Houston's Systematic Mistreatment of Special Needs Children

Schools Matter: Houston's Systematic Mistreatment of Special Needs Children:

Houston's Systematic Mistreatment of Special Needs Children

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The Houston Independent School District has an established history of miseducative corruption, which goes back to the glory days of Rod Paige, who made a national reputation with made up graduation and dropout numbers for Houston high schools.  His compelling lies earned him a spot as Secretary of Education for Geo. W. Bush, and since leaving ED to make room for the bovine Margaret Spellings, Paige has been on the prime rib speaking circuit of corporate ed reform.

In 2009, Houston elites brought in corporate ed reformers' poster boy, Supt. Terry Grier, to initiate as many half-baked ideas, child-unfriendly programs, and lucrative deals as possible.  Grier was such a disruption that HISD won Eli Broad's highest honor in 2013.

As a result of some good reporting by the Houston Chronicle, we now find that many of the efficiencies that have been achieved by Grier and his corporate team have resulted from the systematic mistreatment of special needs children.

Chart below and clip from the most recent article in the Houston Chronicle series
Schools Matter: Houston's Systematic Mistreatment of Special Needs Children:



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