Thursday, November 12, 2015

A broken clock on occasion tells the truth ...

APS photo
and so did the Journal this morning, link, when they reported that APS interim Supt. Raquel Reedy, despite her many, many years in the leadership of the APS, has hired an "independent investigator" to clue her in on "unspecified" problems in the leadership of the APS.

Not the entire leadership of the APS mind you, just the finance, information technology and human resources offices.

Reedy will see the investigative results I assume.  A small handful of others will be "read in" to varying degrees on a need to know basis.

Stake and interest holders will remain uniformed of anything - unless they stumble onto something that looks like good; real standards and honest accountability.

AISD photo
Reedy has "hired" to investigate
on her behalf, ex-APS good ol' boy,
Michael Houser.

Houser is the Chief Human Capital
Officer for Austin Independent
School District, link.

They're all tied together by the Council of the Great City Schools, an organization that among other things, conducts investigations for member districts whenever they need investigations and control over the findings.

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