Wednesday, May 12, 2010

STEM business executives target product development and marketing and the CashBox

On February 3, 2010, in school board testimony Paul Dunham a certified high school math teacher with a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering told the Seattle School Board that the KnowledgeWorks Foundation, the parent of the New Technology Network, had little technical expertise but plenty of business executives targeting product development and marketing.

New Technology Network has an incredibly poor record of achievement
but they fit current "correct product niche" so "Seattle Bought It" with OSPI's approval.
A little bit on how "Seattle Bought It" HERE.

Diane Ravitch sure got this one right ... all kinds of hands in the CashBox.

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