Tuesday, October 20, 2015

APS needs complete physical; Journal editors will settle for a proctoscopy

In the Journal this morning, the editors point to a need to audit APS' financial division.  While there are more than enough reasons for such an audit, there are as many reasons to examine and review standards and accountability in every department.

The district wide lack of ethics, standards and accountability is a fundamental problem in APS and auditing one department is a woefully inadequate response that will only enable more incompetence and more corruption.

As but one example; the manifestly necessary audit is of APS' abuse of the operational fund to underwrite "cost is no object" legal defenses of school board members and senior administrators and the subsequent purchase of "admissions of no guilt" despite their guilt beyond any reasonable doubt.

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