Sunday, February 28, 2010

Sliding under the radar

After considerable reflection, I have decided to not name the APS very senior administrators that are the subject of this piece. If for no other reason than that it will be my word against his.

It was in the lobby during the charter school meeting.

One observed; "... haven't heard your name come up in a while."

To which the other responded; "I'm just sliding under the radar until I retire, (or words to that effect) followed by a low and outward sliding movement of his hand.

Which begs a question; is there any place in the entire APS, where someone can file a complaint that a senior administrator is shirking his duty, and where that complaint will see due process?

The answer to that question is no.

And that is why somewhere around $100K a year, is going down a rat hole, while this guy awaits his retirement, and there will be no money to hire two teachers or five teaching assistants.

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