Seems Tom Vander Ark is a little sensitive to criticism of his string of fawning articles on Turnaround for Children Inc.
Vander Ark’s latest vacuous piece was published in Education Week. (See following post for details on that disaster.)
As you can see, Vander Ark wrote:
“I have investigated Mr. Cohen’s claims and they don’t appear to be accurate or credible.”
For someone who writes nothing but fawning pieces about Turnaround for Children Inc. – and then reposts them on his blog – you speak with no accuracy or credibility.
If you can cite one instance of lack of accuracy, I would be more than happy to provide you the information you need to clear up your journalistic jaundice.
OH, YOU SAY YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT CRYBABY VAN DER ARK?
The New York Times is reporting that after spending more than $1.5 million of investors’ money on consultants and lawyers, Tom Vander Ark, president of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has walked away from the project to open new charter schools in New York City. As a result, the new schools will not open as planned this fall. This shocking move has left many frustrated.
AND HERE’S CRANKY TOM AT HIS, UH, BEST?