Friday, November 16, 2007

Pro Bono offer to examine Schenley High School was delivered to Mark Roosevelt

They say it will cost $60-million to fix up Schenley High School. They say that Schenley presents safety and asbestos problems. Bigger lies can only be found with the Pittsburgh Promise.

We all know now that the Pittsburgh Promise is a big-fat-hairy lie. Same with Schenley's condition and its value to the region as a high school.

Those reports that flipped the entire high school reform agenda into a crisis condition has NOT been made available to the public for eight weeks.

New news -- a big firm with great experiences and local interests sent a letter to the Superintendent of Pgh Public Schools, Mark Roosevelt, asking for an opportunity to do an evaluation of Schenley in a pro-bono capacity.

What's up with that?

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