We learned recently that the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow was losing its authorizer, which had made 3% on every student who enrolled. Will ECOT die? Is it really finished? Maybe some other authorizer will step in to claim the commission for running one of the lowest performing schools in the nation. Obviously, no one in state government was willing to close ECOT down.

Meanwhile, give the devil his due. Someone has profited, even if kids have not.

Stephen Dyer writes about the profits extracted by ECOT’s sponsor. More money goes to the profiteer investor than to the teachers.


How do you spell S-C-A-M?

In Ohio, it seems, if you take care of politicians, they take care of you.

The kids don’t pay the legislators.