Saturday, February 26, 2011

Seattle Times: "Seattle school Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson should resign"

The Seattle Times Editorial Board:
THE emerging details of the financial scandal at the Seattle Public Schools suggest one conclusion: Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson should resign. If she doesn't, the board should fire her.

She was brought here from South Carolina in 2007 to fix several problems, the first of which was the district's lax control of its money. The latest mess shows the task has not been done. MORE...
Howie P.S.: The "Seattle Public Schools community blog," is asking people to "Please send an e-mail as soon as you can with what you think the Board should be doing." Another group, the "seattleshadowschoolboard" has created an online petition, "Declaration of No Confidence in Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson by the Parents & Community of Seattle Public Schools." You can sign here.

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