Like clockwork. Montgomery County Schools superintendent Joshua Powell (just as we predicted) has started hyping up his bogus and inflated test scores. Test scores that, as you already know, are based in part on self-evaluation. Specifically: 23% of the score is based on whatever Joshua Powell says.
From the school’s intranet:
FROM A DISTRICT INSIDER
And on Facebook:
They’re even spreading a flyer around town:
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The district can’t afford textbooks but can afford food, inflatables, a game truck, photo booths, a petting farm, a balloon artist, people dressed up in costumes and a DJ.
Common sense, how does it work? Montgomery County Schools wants to know.