Saturday, November 27, 2010

Journal covers APS public forum, finally.

The Journal, though in attendance at more APS Public Forums than can be counted; they have never found it particularly newsworthy.

Journal reporters have sat an listened to credible allegations made during public forums, that the leadership of the APS has

  • abdicated as role models of the student standards of conduct,
  • are hiding evidence of felony criminal misconduct involving APS senior administrators, and
  • are denying due process to hundreds of whistle blower complaints against administrators, and not reported a word of it.
and has never printed a word.

But let there be a public forum where the participants are praising the leadership, and suddenly the Journal is all over it, link.

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