Brink Foundation calls for Hillsborough County school district to make data public....
Then there is the matter of all that money, all those educator observations (more than 40,000 last year) and the treasure trove of data now in the district's possession. Jose Colindres, who runs a foundation for poor and minority students, wanted to know when that data might be made public for parents.
The answer from Elia: The district needs to make sure it doesn't violate a law that protects teacher evaluations the first year.
"We're still analyzing it," she said.