Well - didn't work. But anyway, Janet, good luck with you IUI. On Milwaukee, I think it is good they are considering a different alternative in regards to measuring performance. Letter grades really aren't the whole picture so to speak and in regards to scoring. I am still communicating and doing campus visits to see about getting an MBA and actually Univ of Wisconsin at Madison would be my first choice due to them having a great Supply Chain program, but I would be hesitant in moving to WI period because they have a horrible achievement gap in that state, especially in Madison when it comes to standardized testing scores for ethnic background and I would be afraid that they would take my kid and see he looks a certain way and think he can't do what other kids can do. I guess I hang around too many "high expectation" educational folks. Mandy asked once about the Ron Clark Academy and he assists our principal at our school and we have the KIPP network here in Atlanta and they take kids who are underperforming and even some with mild behavioral and learning disabilities and make those kids pass 100% or close to it on all standardized testing so I would think that in Milwaukee they have a poor educational culture and I thought the same thing about Madison due to their horrible achievement gap, that they have a culture of expecting black children especially to fail and so I really wouldn't trust sending my kids to their schools even though they also rate well on grade cards and standardized testing. I do think there is a family component as well, but I think because Ky's school is one of the top 5 elementary schools in our area and we have a high amount of...I'll call them uninvolved parents, yet those children still are "proficient" when it comes to the NWEA testing on which Common Core is based within one school year. Our teachers put in a lot of work and many of them are special ed certified for those that need it and ones who underperformed are required to attend a free after school program where homework completion is performed and additional academics. Other than the writing assessment last year, Ky's 5th grade class performed the best of any public school in the Atlanta area, which is something because that includes schools in "money" areas (money in quotes to mean that these are legacy wealthy families in very exclusive areas of the city). I hope they do turn in around in Milwaukee. The new scoring will probably help them figure out who needs help better than As or Fs will since many students who are proficient in certain areas may just not complete homework or something trivial and will get a C or D because of that.