Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Paula Maes says that Beth Everitt should not be fired over gradegate.

All the time refusing to tell any of the truth, all of the time refusing to release any of the evidence, the public records surrounding gradegate.

Assume for the sake of argument that it really takes weeks to conduct a hearing that establishes the truth about the actions and behavior of a handful of people. It doesn't of course; but just for the sake of argument we'll pretend there is some reason to postpone the hearing indefinitely.

All of the public records related to the situation are still public records; and they are still subject to the IPRA. There is no exception to the IPRA for public records that have yet to be used as some part of some administrative process.

The teacher who asked, at the public forum,
to see the letter that changed the student's grade;
actually has a legal right to see it.

Too bad his legal rights mean squat;
to APS/Modral.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So what is the "one thing" they are admitting to? the change of the grade?