This morning, after a week in which Mayor Bloomberg defended the release, Walcott revised his message.
“It’s all about accountability,” he said, appearing on a panel in Washington, D.C., with Bloomberg and the mayors and schools chiefs of Chicago and Los Angeles.
“It’s all about accountability,” Walcott added. “And as the mayor indicated, parents have a right to have this information. What I’ve been trying to do is making sure that the entire New York City community understands that this is a limited piece of information and they have to view the teachers in their full context.”
Meanwhile Jon Corzine and his merry crooksters at MF Global made $1.2 billion in customer cash disappear and NOBODY is going to be charged with a crime:
Federal authorities are struggling to find evidence to support a criminal case stemming from the collapse of MF Global, even after a federal grand jury in Chicago has issued subpoenas.
Investigators, unable to find a smoking gun amid thousands of e-mails and documents, increasingly suspect that chaos and poor risk control systems prompted the disappearance of more than $1 billion in customer money, according to several people involved in the case.
When the money first went missing, prosecutors in New York and Chicago scrambled to stake a claim. Now, four months later, both Preet S. Bharara, the United States attorney in Manhattan, and Patrick J. Fitzgerald, his counterpart in Chicago, are shying away from leading the case, one of those people involved in the case said.
Indeed, a number of federal prosecutors have expressed doubts to others involved in the case that anyone at MF Global — including the firm’s chief executive, Jon S. Corzine, and back-office employees in Chicago — intentionally misused customer money, said people involved in the case who were not authorized to speak publicly about the investigation.
See - it is all about accountability.
Make $75, 798 a year as an 8 year teacher and you are going to be held accountable for your performance, mister!
Run MF Global into the ground and allow somebody to steal $1.2 billion and nothing happens to you.
Kinda like how nobody from the Bloomberg administration has answered for any of the tech scandals that allowed crooks to steal close to $1 billion in cash.
Sorry...Hey, look over there! A teacher with tenure!!!
He must be guilty of something...