Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Which is better for the kids; now, or never?

APS Board Members are fond of saying that their decisions
are made in the best interests of students.

In fact,
the very first rule in their own newly adopted, and completely
unenforceable Code of Ethics reads;

Make the education and well-being of students
the basis for all decision making.

OK then,
considering the education and well-being of 89,000 of
our sons and daughters in the APS; and
using those criteria as the basis for the decision making;

which is better for the education and well-being of APS students;

board members and administrators honestly accountable
as role models of the Student Standards of Conduct;
a nationally recognized, accepted, and
respected Code of Ethical Conduct link,
the status quo?

Character counts,
character doesn't count?

You pick a side when you don't pick a side.
Your silence gives consent.

Friday, April 17, 7:30 am
APS Uptown Administrative Complex
DeLayo-Martin Community Room.

Those who are waiting for
the perfect circumstances to do something
have found the perfect excuse to do nothing at all.

There is this time, this place, these people
and it absolutely could not be more
now, or never.

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