Wednesday, July 25, 2007

"Role modeling" used to be an educational buzzword

It has not been; ever since the leadership of the APS decided that they were unwilling to be held honestly accountable in that capacity..

Now the word is an anathema; and likely never to be heard again.

Beth Everitt is required by the employee code of conduct to be a "positive role model". Rather than seeking to step up to that challenge; her response has been to simply eliminate any and all accountability as a rolemodel.

Fortunate for her that she cannot be compelled to explain, defend, or even acknowledge her abdication.

Fortunate for her that the Journal and Trib have decided not to investigate or report upon her resignation as the senior administrative role model in the APS.

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