ALBANY — Campbell Brown, the former news anchor turned anti-teacher tenure advocate, is hoping her keynote address Wednesday night to the Business Council of New York State's annual conference will spur its members to focus attention on education reform.
Brown said she will focus her speech on student achievement and income inequality and that the keynote, which she will deliver at The Sagamore Resort in Bolton Landing, will also take issue with New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, whose policies “not only have been inadequate but, in many situations, have made the situation worse.”
“We can’t afford to have incremental changes. We don’t need any more speeches. We need real change,” Brown said.
We can't afford incremental changes - we need drastic, sudden, dramatic change.
Interestingly enough, Brown gets lumped in politically with "conservatives".
In fact, her husband Dan Senor was one of the "conservatives" who helped bring drastic, sudden, dramatic change to Iraq.
That went well, didn't it?
So you know the drastic, sudden, dramatic change Brown wants to bring to the education system will go just as swimmingly.
When Brown says de Blasio's policies “not only have been inadequate but, in many situations, have made the situation worse," she can look to husband Dan and the policies he helped engineer in Iraq as a model.