Amplify, a much-heralded push by News Corporation into digital education, led by Joel Klein, a former New York City schools chancellor, is nearing an inglorious end.News Corporation, controlled by Rupert Murdoch, said on Wednesday that it would take a $371 million write-down on the education division and would move to wind down the production of tablets for schoolchildren, a key part of the unit’s offering.Moreover, News Corporation’s chief executive, Robert Thomson, said in an earnings call with analysts that the company was in an “advanced stage of negotiations” with a potential buyer for the remaining education business.
$372 million dollar write down on the ed division.
What's Joel Klein's value-added measurement for that?
While we're at it, what's his value-added measurement for the tablets that set themselves on fire or broke when they flipped over?
It's illuminating when you see this "accountability" people go through their own lives without any accountability.