Thursday, July 24, 2014

More than the law requires, less than the law allows

The phrase was used when APS students were being taught about character; what it is, how to acquire it, and how to maintain it.

People of character, students were told, when defending their character, often find themselves doing more than the law requires and less than the law allows.

The leadership of the APS, Marty Esquivel and minions, in deciding how much public participation they will enjoy, is clearly doing only what the law requires.  They are role modeling accountability to diametrically opposite standards of conduct.

Never mind the hypocrisy, imagine the effect on your interests when the leadership of the APS simply decided that they were no longer accountable to any standards of conduct higher than the law; the lowest standards of conduct; the standards of conduct that every higher standard, is higher than.

Exactly what standards of conduct are school board members and senior administrators honestly accountable to?  Are they even accountable to the law?

Obviously they're not accountable to the same nationally recognized, accepted and respected code of ethical conduct they hold up for students.

We don't know the truth about APS administrative and executive standards of conduct and competence.  We don't know the truth because the leadership of the APS won't tell it.

The people don't know the leadership of the APS doesn't tell the truth because their "credentialed" press have failed them miserably.

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