Sunday, June 22, 2008
How CVESD can stop my complaints without paying a dime
Most schools use public money to improve. CVESD uses public money to make things worse. They use the money to pay lawyers to cover up wrongdoing.
But Lowell Billings and Castle Park Elementary teachers want me to stop telling the public that they have used $100,000s of taxpayer dollars to keep Castle Park Elementary circling the drain for the past seven years.
Nothing would please me more than to be able to say that Billings and the CVESD board are doing the right thing.
Here's how CVESD can stop my complaints without paying a dime:
All Billings and the board have to do is to stop the coverup and start dealing with the felony-serious problems at the district, the teachers union, and Castle Park Elementary.
Simply replace the corrupt culture at CVESD with a culture that values honesty, the rule of law, and the education of children.
And then CVESD and the teachers at Castle Park Elementary can get off the merry-go-round of lies, attacks, and dysfunction that they have been riding for the past seven years.