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WTU’s Saunders: New Kaya Henderson reform plan lacks ‘candid assessment’ of student needs

Washington Teachers Union President Nathan Saunders says Chancellor Kaya Henderson’s new five-year plan has the best of intentions. But he argues that without a more holistic approach to issues such as poverty and parent engagement, progress will be difficult to achieve. You can read his take here.

Bill Turque, who covers Montgomery County government and politics, has spent more than thirty years as a reporter and editor for The Washington Post, Newsweek, the Dallas Times Herald and The Kansas City Star.
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