Wednesday, November 11, 2009

APS Audit Committee Meeting tonight in violation of the law.

The Audit Committee is scheduled to meet tonight and the
agenda is not posted on APS' website, a violation of past
practice of the requirements of the Open Meetings Act.

Likely they would like to meet in "secret" in order to continue the cover up of the fact that the Audit Committee has no intention of reviewing and approving whistleblower complaints as is required by board policy.

Board Policy B.07.DD. An Audit Committee to review and recommend approval or action(s) ...(on)any employee whistleblower complaints.

Audit Committee Chair David Robbins steadfastly refuses to offer any explanation for denying hundreds of whistleblower complaints their due process. He will only offer, "we are not violating any federal laws."

In truth, due process is being denied to all complaints in order to hide the fact that due process is being denied to two complaints specifically.

One complaint alleged the Superintendent Winston Brooks is behaving unethically by refusing to create honest accountability for himself and other administrators and board members, as role models of the APS Student Standards of Conduct.

The other complaint is over Brooks labeling of the first complaint as a "nuisance complaint" and then closing it without due process.

Bottom line; no one wants to admit that administrators and board members have no intention of being held actually accountable as role models of the Pillars of Character Counts!; specifically, the Pillar of Trustworthiness which requires them to answer any legitimate question, candidly, forthrightly, and honestly.

I continue to maintain that these actions are consistent with a lack of courage and a lack of character of all involved.

"All involved" have yet to offer any other explanation at all.

photo Mark Bralley

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