In Obama’s little record, a big failure 1

 … and they’re trying to cover it up.

The four plus years (1995-1999) Barack Obama spent as founding chairman of the board of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) represent his track record as reformer, as someone who reached out in a public-private collaboration and had the audacity to believe his effort would make things better. At the time he became leader of this ambitious project to remake the public schools of Chicago, he was 33 years old and a third year associate at a small Chicago law firm, Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland.
This was a big test for him, his chance to cut his teeth on bringing hope and change to the mostly minority inner city school children trapped in Chicago schools. And he flopped big time, squandering lots of money and the time of many public employees in the process.
 
Read more about it, and about the attempted cover-up here

Posted under Commentary by Jillian Becker on Thursday, August 21, 2008

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  • D. Miller

    Thank you for bringing this information to my attention. It is sinister that they seem to be attempting a cover-up. It suggests guilt.