Sunday, March 12, 2006
cleveland.com: Newslogs--I see the Cleveland School Board has continued to make the same mistakes it has in the past by keying in on the out-of-town candidates with educator-type resumes, which if you recall is just what we got with BBB. In rejecting the only candidate, Bill Denihan, who could have dismantled and reorganized the corrupt, inefficient Cleveland School District, this Cleveland School Board (how did they get onto the school board--I didn't vote for them, did I?) has guaranteed continuation of the status quo. The boat won't get rocked, the new hire will figure out in 4 years what Denihan knows now, and quit in frustration, the cozy relationships and inefficiencies will continue unchanged. When are we going to start saying that this isn't much about kids at all--it's about jobs and contracts, graft and greed, politics and preference.