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Flipper Finn?

By Alexander Russo — February 21, 2007 1 min read

Over at Small Talk, Mike Klonsky takes the flip-flop idea a little further (Finn, Fordham, Flip-flop). According to Klonsky, “Finn and friends have recently done an about-face and have become enemies of NCLB, after years of pushing it on schools and school districts....Finn (“Fool me twice”) has suddenly figured it all out. You see, NCLB is trying to force standardization and compliance on schools and educators and that just won’t work....It was only last June that Finn personally attacked Jonathan Kozol for his hostile anti-NCLB stand.”

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