Corkins One Year Later

The Wichita Eagle editorial blog notes the one-year anniversary of Bob Corkin’s appointment to the job of Commissioner of Education.

The KC Star reminds readers of the usual criticisms, and channels the claims that charter schools aren’t really public schools.

The Topeka Capitol-Journal provides a review as well, and reminds us of what may be Corkin’s most enduring legacy–getting grants to start a data warehouse that will track individual student performance. The idea, sensible enough, is that schools should know what works at an individual level.

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