If the very-secret Turnaround for Children Inc. is ever to break out of its mode of refusing to provide information about its programs, can it look to Newark Public Schools as a model of transparency?
Not on your life.
Newark and Turnaround should heed the lesson of Washington, D.C., which can write the book on how to be transparent.
In this report, D.C. schools itemize each school’s involvement with nonprofit foundations, detailing what each is providing in programming and money to each D.C. school:
That is what Newark and Turnaround can and should be doing – disclosing and publicizing exactly who is doing what and where, and who is funding it, and by how much.
Earth to Newark and Turnaround:
Do you get the point?