OC Weekly sees through the thin veneer of high test scores and exposes the real reform issues in CUSD
Dec 27, 2007
Daffodil Altan, OC Weekly "The more time I spend in CUSD, the more I realize the topography of its network of campuses is not so out of line with what's going on at district headquarters. The place where schools are so different (and some would say, inequitably so) from one another that you'd think you were in two separate districts is also the place where administrators are indicted (ex-superintendent James Fleming and ex-assistant superintendent Susan McGill), the Brown Act is violated, test scores are sky-high, board members are recalled and students sue their teachers-a factual landscape that is too good to be duplicated in fiction."
Altan is a reporter for OC Weekly.