Thursday, April 26, 2007

There is not transparent accountability

in the administration of the public schools;
by some one's deliberate decision.

Why not transparent accountability to a meaningful standard of conduct?

Those who oppose transparent accountability in public service have prevailed; never having stood up and argued their position. Nobody ever stood up against transparent accountability; it just lost. They were never given exception from accountability; they simply assumed it.

Never once, have they been compelled to explain, defend,or even acknowledge the decision to except powerful public servants from accountability to any meaningful standard of conduct.

How can they simply "refuse to comment" on what they have done?

Are they privileged?

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