Disinformation on "White Flight" from GUESS-WHO?

HoLa Trustee  Anthony Petrosino is at it again!


Folks, I don't know what to tell you.

GA tries to ignore HoLa Trustee Petrosino's obsessive disinformation campaign against the Hoboken District school system, but lately, he's been on a disinformation rampage- rat a tat tat -  one after the other.

Methinks the Texas Truth-Twister has picked up the pace for the March 14 Appellate hearing, hoping that the judges will read his tired turd-blossoms.

(Actually, no one does.... GA couldn't help but notice that his hit count has barely risen since last month...  that Texan's Toilet barely gets 200 page views per day!  After 10 years online... Mwahahahaha!)

But you know, the problem for the devious doc is that he lies so outrageously, so often, that his lies trip him up.

District poverty is going up! District poverty is going down!  Non-poverty families are leaving the District! Non-poverty families are increasing in the District!   Families are going! Families are staying!  

  Crapademic Anthony Petrosino buries self in manufactured crapademic avalanche- see GRAPHS. 

Since this HoLa Trustee's obsession appears to be with the phenomenon of "white flight" in Hoboken District Schools, shall we take a look at "flight" of students from the HoLa District?



Check out that "White Flight"!

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  1. I find it to be amazing that no one at HoLa has told this guy he's doing more harm than goo dot their cause. Maybe they have but he doesn't listen.

    Actually, now that I think about it, nah, doubt they have. Maybe they think he's doing them a favor ("any publicity is good publicity!"); either that or they're too dumb to realize what a liability he is.

    As President Obama famously said to Mitt Romney during a debate, "go on..."

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    1. You would think spin Dr. Petrosino would have learned from his time masquerading online as a Curious Gal, that after a certain point the bile he creates poisons everything.

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    2. The issue is white flight from the hoboken public schools. And guess what? Its not happening.

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    3. Whose "issue"? Petro's? Yours? FAIL. The "issue" is whether the NJDOE Commissioner of Education will be ordered to follow the law on the granting of HoLa's charter expansion. The "issue" will be argued for the BoE by the ACLU on March 14.

      G-d bless the ACLU, fighting on the front line for civil rights and the NJ Constitution.

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    4. 3 previous decisions indicated the law was followed.

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    5. "Indicated the law was followed."

      You mean, Christie's NJ Commissioner of Ed decided he followed the law. 3 times! So, no need for the "so-called" judicial branch to decide on matters of law. Pretty Trumpy! Well doc, if Christie's Ed Commissioner followed the law, you've got nothing to worry about. If not, SAD.

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    6. Actually a judge decided - looking forward to the issue being resolved one wsy or the other.

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    7. The judge did not "decide"- he threw it back to the NJ Commissioner of Ed, who "decided" he was lawful (of course), and did nothing.

      No court of law has issued a ruling on the Commisioner of Eds decsion- yet.

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  2. Not only from the district but from the classrooms. Take a look at how Hola loses students from K to 7.

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    1. I know about that. Big waitlist but by the upper grades they struggle to fill classrooms. Hola also has a lot of non-resident students. I don't think the district gets reimbursed for HoLa's non resident students like they do for the districts choice students.

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    2. Makes you wonder if the upper grades can't get filled all that easily b/c the parents have had their kids there long enough to figure out they better go find a different school.

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  3. The difference between white enrollment in the 2 districts is YUGE - a 30 point spread.

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  4. 3:22- this post is slightly off base. You are comparing district wide data to grade level data - a distinction clearly made in the posts you reference from the gentleman (i refuse to use his name). Your misunderstanding does not mean deception is taking place.

    In other posts:

    Is it true the HS grad rate is below the state average for the 6th year in a row.

    ...and what about all those choice students? So many...don't you think?




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    1. We knew you'd get there eventually, doc. It was just a matter of time. Not sure why you refuse to use your name, but whatever. You are fooling no one.

      Isn't it just ever so coincidental that you have a new blog post up about "all those choice students"?

      So the new talking points are that there is no white flight, rather it's a racial imbalance created by an uncontrolled flow of non-resident students? That's it?

      No wonder you haven't got an opinion about Secretary of Education seat buyer Devos, unlike all serious people in your "profession." She's as dumb and malevolent as you.

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    2. 7:44- (1) No, I have NOT compared "district wide data" to "grade level data". I have compared "district" to "district", using the same NJDOE data. Nice try.

      (2) I do not source notoriously unreliable data sources like Patch and Petrosino, so probability suggests your claim is false. I do not understand the obsession with that metric, other than some prick like Petro trying to demoralize district children. But then, what does an elitist and sociopath care about hurting children?

      (3) HoLa's percentage of non-resident students is about the same as the district's percentage of choice (non-resident). I've OPRAed that data- thanks for reminding me. Yes, have all the non-resident numbers, and other revealing data, that some might even call shocking!

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    4. 9:34- By all means open up commenting on your crap blog, and post your garbage there. That's where it belongs. In fact, use one of your girly-monikers- why it's perfectly normal for a manly man like yourself to post anonymously as a "Curious Gal"- why not "Goldilocks?"

      Hmmmm, I wonder if you'll get booted off the HoLa Board when your term expires in March...

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  5. 8:09 no one is going to bad mouth a pick for secretary of ed when you have $5 million+ in grants from the doe.

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    1. "No one" or a fake Democrat?

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  6. 9:46 White enrollment is leaving (declining) from K to 12th grade for any given recent year

    Over almost 2 decades, white enrollment has more than doubled.

    Both true

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    1. Doc @ 12:20- you need help. Get over the fact you were fired by a crew of district moms. You are NOT, never getting your $144.5K/year part-time "Asst. Supt."job back. The taxpayers of Hoboken applaud your part-time service for us when you weren't teaching a class in Austin.

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  7. I wonder how quickly to proverbial roof might cave in on HoLa once a Democrat got elected as Governor.

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    1. 9:07 no one is going to close a 2 time award winning dual language school with state scores well above the state average. Theres a much better chance of closing Calabro (which is being discussed given the low enrollment and test scores).

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    2. 9:07 Every time you mention "2-time award" I can't help but think of the Leg Lamp in A Christmas Story.

      Yay! White People! We win ourselves awards! Yay! We don't want no wheelchairs or special education! We need wealthy people for our free school! We pride ourselves on exclusivity while holding our nose at diversity. Yay!

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    3. That isn't going to help you when an IG or auditor comes a calling you curiously ungal-like lil biatch. lol

      BTW - how long til people start pulling kids out now that they know the average busboy in town makes more money than the teachers?

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    4. 9:37- How could you possibly know "closing Calabro is being discussed"?

      Who on the board is sharing "discussions" with you? Your allegations about Calabro "being closed due to enrollment and scoares" are not in the public record, so someone on the Board is giving you information to undermine the district. That is an ethics violation.

      Is your friend BoE Trustee Peter Bisncamano sharing these alleged discussions with you? If not Peter, then who?

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    5. The economics of keeping such a small, under performing school open when the district has other space is being actively discussed - given proposed cuts of state aid due to new formulas, its emerging as the most viable option if staying under the 2% cap is still a priority. Everyone knows about this, not privilaged information at all. But not discussed publically- this was originally floated as early as Carter but was then rejected out of hand. Not everything can be OPRA'ed

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    6. Busted.

      Not only is closing Calabro NOT being "actively discussed... due to enrollment and scores" but you purport to know what IS being "actively discussed" though in your OWN words, "but NOT discussed publicaly."

      So, If it is NOT being discussed publicly, how do you know it is being "actively discussed"?

      2 possibilities:
      1) Lying your ass off
      2) a BoE Trustee is sharing "not public" discussions with a political operative (you) to undermine the district/advocate for HoLa

      I pick #1 and #2.

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  8. Hola's embrace of diversity lies in their teaching staff. They pay them what they think of them.

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    2. Tou do realize we can tell the difference b/w when GA erases your stupidity and when you stupidly post "This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.". It is very obvious you are doing this. Your fat fingers even misspelled "removed" once.

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  9. Know what would be instructive?

    No comments were removed from this blog. The whiny little hypocrite who runs it doesn't allow comments.

    You know where to stick that comment, right?

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    2. 6:04 No, you didnt. No one can comment. Petrosino shut off Blogger's comment feature because he's a coward. Are you drunk?

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    1. Why? It makes you folks look like scumbags.

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  11. Check out [redacted]--that is before GA deletes this post

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