Wednesday, November 04, 2009

"Disciplining kids takes 'leadership'"

reads the title of a front page article in the Journal this morning; link.

An "expert" is coming to town to speak on (student) discipline.
The expert opinion is that kids need leadership, they need role models.

The Journal will not report, on the front page or on the last,
that the leadership of the APS steadfastly refuses to be held
honestly accountable as role models of the APS Student
Standards of Conduct

Nor will they report that the leadership of the APS will not even discuss, openly and honestly, the issue of executive and administrative role modeling of student standards of conduct.

The one being "newsworthy" apparently, the others, not so much.

Go figure.

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