Monday, March 23, 2015

Drippiest, Most Viscous Irony of the Day

The irony here is dripping heavy, wit a fierce viscosity...
Teaching kids takes so much effort, staffers at John Dewey High School in Brooklyn have found a quicker way to fix persistent failure rates, sources said: Just let them pass.
Investigators are probing accusations of a massive grade-fixing scheme by educators desperate to boost the graduation rate at Dewey, The Post has learned.
Multiple sources claim Dewey is cutting corners by passing kids with the help of a shady “credit recovery” program that students sarcastically call “Easy Pass.”
Academic fraud in public education is nothing new, but this school is named after that saint of "progressive education," John Dewey.  And it about sums it up.


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