3:45 PM EDT, April 10, 2012
The examples of Dallas Dance's supervisory abilities given in the article "Meet Mr. Dance" (April 8) are of concern. A principal should not have to wait for a visit from a supervisor to have a sewage problem repaired or a broken card swiper fixed. Those are indications of a school system that is not responsive to the needs of the local schools. Mr. Dance has not stayed in a job long enough to gauge the success or failure of his policies. His enthusiasm and energy are welcome, but they do not compensate for his lack of experience.
Sherry Locke, Baltimore
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