“It would have been funny (unbelievable? historic?) if one of the White House correspondents had said, ‘Mr. President, I know you want to address Syria and the budget. But I want to press you on your administration’s plan for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act …'”
That’s an excerpt from Mark Walsh in his EdWeek writeup of the near-complete disinterest from the White House press corps and broadcast TV news outlets in the Duncan resignation on Friday (Read All About It, But Don’t Rely on the Boob Tube).