From John Connolly, Three Lies and a Truth

Boston mayoral candidate John Connolly likes to say that he wants to be the city’s education mayor. But teacher Nancy Bloom, who taught at the same charter school at which Connolly briefly worked, says that, like the Snark-hunter in Lewis Carroll’s famous poem, whether Connolly proclaims his knowledge of education once, twice or a thousand times, it won’t be true. “This is for you, Bellman Connolly,” writes Bloom. “Your three lies and one truth.” Continue reading →