Criticisms Of TFA Don't Stand A Chance
Maybe I can't get Wendy Kopp to write me a note like some other upstart bloggers can, but I can tell you that it's only a little while until the much-anticipated "discussion" about how to improve TFA shows up in the June issue of PDK International.
That issue of PDK will feature Megan Hopkins' analysis of what TFA could do to strengthen its program, which was mentioned in last September's New York Times overview of the program's strengths and weaknesses.
What'll happen next? As in the past, TFA will squash any criticism of its efforts by a combination of three strategies: (a) killing its milder critics with passable kindness and a startling display of straight white teeth, (b) claiming to have already considered and implemented/dismissed the recommended approaches, and (c) sending out word among the reformista club to crush and question any who would dare critique TFA.