Sorry Good. Going to have to call you out on this misleading article.
After Katrina school enrollment went from 65,000 to 38,000. Many of those that were unable to return were struggling with poverty and disabilities. It is disgusting to call this a success.
By not presenting what is happening on the ground in the local area this article implies we should remove those who struggle instead of meeting them where they are at. This is a prime example how governance from a distance goes wrong. Local information is not taken into account, a single score is used to obscure a complex situation, thus horrendous and damaging governance occurs.