The debacle at the University of Virginia over the secretive ousting of the school’s first female president is more than a tale about how one school’s governing board can blunder. It is a sign of these unfortunate times in public education at all levels, the Washington Post reports. The actions of the governing board of the elite public university in forcing out popular President reform at all levels has been carried out in recent years in some important ways.  Here are some key phrases that describe the episode: Acting in secrecy. Ignoring teachers. Viewing public education as a...

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