That's something Carla really values. ... She's really into making sure the kids are able to identify with what they're learning.
It's a good test. We have a problem with how it's being used. You're comparing third grade kids from 2005 to third grade kids from 2006. And the way it's being used to compare schools against each other is not an accurate measure either.
If it works for them, great, but we're not putting any pressure on people to opt in. It's a personal decision that people have to make.
These are strong advocates for children and for community involvement. They share our vision for Denver Public Schools.
It's an agreement in principle so we have to write all the details. We're really happy with the results of the settlement - but according to my legal counsel, that's all I'm allowed to tell you.