… they’ll give you the axe. Or at least try to.
From the start, the CSCOPE hysterics have demanded accountability and transparency from whatever they think CSCOPE is. Well, they’re getting it (there was a public meeting today from which we’ll have a report soon). And they’ve gotten it (there was a public meeting last week to which no one bothered to show).
But Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, via Twitter, confirmed our suspicions that this has never been about accountability.
I hope Texas House members will support SB 1406, which will end CSCOPE as we know it. #txlege
— David Dewhurst (@DavidHDewhurst) May 15, 2013
Yep, this is about destroying CSCOPE, not about improving a teaching tool approximately three-quarters of all 1,000+ Texas public school districts depend on.
The witch hunt continues.