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Verletta White must go

Both interim superintendent Verletta White and former superintendent Dallas Dance worked as consultants to travel twice a year to conferences where they and other school administrators from around the nation would meet privately in three hour sessions with executives of companies that produce education technology for school districts.

The Baltimore County School Board needs to do their due diligence and fire Interim School Superintendent Verletta White (“Ethics complaint filed against Baltimore County school superintendent Verletta White,” Nov. 15).

Ms. White’s failure to report income she earned while working for the same company as Dallas Dance while he was superintendent is clearly an ethical violation, and there is no place in the school system for anyone with ethical issues or who can’t follow the rules.

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This is why the voters need to vote on school board members and take the decision out of the hands of politicians. Politicians refuse to hold these appointed positions accountable for their failure to act and this needs to stop.

J. Michael Collins, Reisterstown

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