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Leesa Vigil

Let the data speak. It always tells the story, but you need talented analysts to coax it into speaking.

Jerry Appel

Ms. Groginsky sounds great, but I have to wonder about the revamped data-collection system. How much time it will add to the days of these overworked child-care providers? As a New Mexico public school teacher I am fully versed in all the "data collection" burdens that have been added. I am also aware of how much of a burden administrators have faced dealing with the increased demands. The current teacher evaluation system, a slightly modified one compared to the system former PED Secretary Skandera put in place, has added about 200 hours a year to the job these people have to do which means less time dealing with students, parents, and facility demands.

Hillary DeFrancesco

If she worked in the State of Washington, why quote statistics for the District of Columbia?

Hillary DeFrancesco

My mistake--it's all Washington, DC.

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