No, they do not. Regardless if you agree with Dr. Deasy's policies, it was clear that he never had the authority or support he needed from his board to effectively lead. We now have a Superintendent that is really executing on what the board wants her to do, rather than truly leading the organization. Until we have a fair and balanced school board that will a) work together and b) support our superintendent... we will not be able to attract and keep a strong leader in this most important role.
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