The superintendent of schools in Franklin County, Vermont, “blasted” the faculty and administration of the high school for resisting innovation. He demanded a faster pace of change because the school is not making progress towards the NCLB goal of 100% proficiency,

The school’s proficiency rates are about the same as the state average.

Can’t help but wonder how many schools in Vermont will hit the goal of 100% proficiency.

I wonder what leadership manual recommends blasting the people you count on to do te work.

UPDATE: Jersey Jazzman did some research and found out that this superintendent was a principal, never a teacher, and that he has taken a leave of absence.