Thursday, May 28, 2009

The Role Modeling Clause has been on the table for more than two months.

It has been more than two months since APS Board
, David Robbins put the role modeling clause
on the table for and open and honest public discussion.

In no case shall the standard of conduct for an adult,
be lower than the standards of conduct for students.
It has not been discussed since, because the leadership of the
APS has no intention of being held honestly accountable to
as high a standard as the Pillars of Character Counts!.

Yet, even they would agree that adult standards of conduct,
at least in education, must include a role modeling clause.

The only solution that would be acceptable to the leadership
of the APS would be to lower the student standards of conduct
to a point that the leadership of the APS would feel comfortable
being held honestly accountable to them.

So what lower standard of conduct could they select?

Perhaps they would be comfortable being held accountable
to five of the six Pillars. We could even let them select the
Pillar that they will leave out. It will be the Pillar of
because that is the Pillar that prohibits
them from hiding the truth from stakeholders.

The simple truth is that even five Pillars,
is five Pillars too many.

Their record is one of excepting themselves from accountability
even to the law; the lowest standard of acceptable conduct.

There is no standard of conduct low enough, that the leadership
of the APS will step up as role models.

If there were, they would point to it.
They would discuss it openly and honestly.

They won't, because their isn't.
So instead, they will continue the coward's lie;

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