Yesterday Dr. Goodloe-Johnson gave her unapologetic apology for the false statistic about Seattle Public School graduates who met the entrance requirements for a four-year college. She only did it because the Board Executive Committee forced her to do it. It wasn't much of an apology - sort of "we should have told more people that we were changing the number" instead of what it should have been: "sorry we were deceptive".
Here's her fake apology.
Look hard. If you can find the word "sorry" or "apologize" in there, let me know. I couldn't find it. This is not, in fact an apology at all. If anything, she seems angry at the people who quoted the number for not attending a Board work session in which the change in the number was mentioned.
She continues to pretend that the number was poorly explained instead of an intentional effort to mislead.
In these ancillary notes to the official "apology" we finally see an actual apology. However, she continues to pretend it was a miscommunication instead of a lie. She apologizes for the "confusion" - sort of "I'm sorry you're such an idiot."