Thursday, May 10, 2012

Korte should have just asked the Student Service Center

If you suggest that there are
legitimate questions that the
leadership of the APS will not
answer, School Board Member
Kathy Korte will object, loud
and long.

Yet in this morning's Journal, link, reflecting on a plan to streamline fundraising and in a moment of remarkable candor, a diametrically opposite account; even as a school board member parent, she cannot find the legitimate information she seeks;

“As a mother out there, there are all the different fundraisers that we parents are asked to participate in,” board member Kathy Korte said. “And to be perfectly honest with you and perfectly blunt with you, a lot of us don’t even know what that money is being used for, or where it’s going, or why you’re asking us for more ...”
Make up your mind Ms. Korte. Either there is room for improvement in two-way communication between APS and the community members it serves and a Citizens Advisory Council on Communication, or there isn't.

photo Mark Bralley


Anonymous said...

On 1/19/12 three female APS principals filed a lawsuit in the US District Court against Brooks. Case number 1:12-cv-00057-ACT-LFG

ched macquigg said...

I searched US District Courts for that number and found no results.

Anonymous said...

ched macquigg said...

thanks - I need to subscribe to PACER before I can download any particulars.