Sunday, April 29, 2012
Today's News Sentinel Story on the Schools Central Office
In today's Knoxville News Sentinel is this article about other school districts and their reaction to the staffing of central office. What I found interesting is that every person interviewed from other areas, whether they be central office administrators or school board members they all echoed the same thing, communicate what you are doing. The problem this year in Knox County is the message that two school board members have said publicly is "you point us to the waste and what you would do to replace that activity". That is not the right approach, if you want my tax money from my County Mayor and County Commissioners. It is called checks and balance.
Posted by Brian Hornback at 8:40 PM