Tuesday, May 22, 2007

if instead of the APS Grievance Process;

the grade change complaint was submitted to a principled resolution;

an impartial third party would have considered all of the evidence, by a process that gave no advantage to anything but the truth, and according to an agreed upon set of principles, such as the Pillars of Character Counts. And it would have been done a week ago.

Instead, Everitt's involvement in, and responsibility for
the grade change will be determined by a subordinate,
in a hearing closed to the public,
and with no incontrovertible record.

The student standard of conduct demands the principled resolution of conflicts.

In order to evade accountability; in order to avoid the principled resolution of complaints against them; the leadeship of the APS excepted itself from accountability to the student standard of conduct.

The leadership of the APS will not be held accountable to any meaningful standard of conduct by a system overwhich they have no control. And they will not be held accountable against their will. They will not be held accountable, even to the law.

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