Finally, The Sun does its job in reporting on the alarming EdTech relationships, associated travel and ethical shortcomings of the former and interim superintendents of Baltimore County Public Schools.
However, true to form, perhaps yielding to political pressures and liberal guilt, The Baltimore Sun provides front-page status to “dozens” of supporters who have come to Interim Superintendent Verletta White’s defense. I wonder who coordinated those PR efforts to secure such an overwhelming outcry of support.
There are thousands of taxpayers who are concerned and disgusted. Amateur hour is alive and well at the BCPS. How about connecting the dots between the “no-bid” contracts and vendor influenced interactions? What else is there? The board leadership is apparently asleep at the wheel.
Mark Sanfilippo, Towson