Tag Archives: Jennifer Cheatham

Kaleem Caire for Madison school superintendent

Is anyone making more sense for Madison schools than Kaleem Caire? Does anyone have a better track record than Kaleem Caire for not only advocating for minority students but actually doing something about it? Who else has the moral stature, … Continue reading

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Madison schools go full-on stupid

The firing of Marlon Anderson, the West high school security guard for schooling a miscreant kid on the hatefulness of the N-word, is what our … acquaintances like to call “a teachable moment.”  Here’s betting the Madison school district flunks … Continue reading

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Jesus is not eating our kids’ homework

Kids just ain’t learnin’ in our public schools like they used to The good news is the statewide racial achievement gap is narrowing. The bad news is that it is because white students are regressing at a faster rate than black … Continue reading

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Liberal Madison congratulates itself for good intentions

The sweetest sound you’ll ever hear: David Blaska was right! The news media loves to imagine itself as the afflicter of the comfortable,  David with his slingshot v. Goliath. “J’accuse!” in 96-point bodoni bold type. Edward R. Murrow starring down … Continue reading

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Kowtowing to the crazies in Madison WI

A never-ending search for root causes Can’t we blame Scott Walker? Madison Wi does not need A.O.C., Bernie, or Elizabeth Sanders to calibrate the breakdown of the civic public square in America. We’ve got Mayor Satya Conway-Rhodes and Jennifer Cheatham, superintendent of schools. … Continue reading

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White woman skips town after inflicting an ‘inflection point’

It’s been a ‘privilege,’ Jen We understand creative destruction here at the Policy Werkes. It is why we have Netflix instead of Blockbuster. But “creative” does not describe the destruction Jennifer Cheatham has wrought on Madison’s public schools.  Even Capital … Continue reading

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