It's challenging enough to make sure great teaching's going on in the Seattle Public School District. But now the district's facing a financial scandal. According to a column in today's Seattle Times, "A couple million bucks gets dubiously spent; about $250,000 of that's believed to have been outright fleeced."
Apparently, there's been a significant lack of oversight - at the very least - by Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson and the Seattle School Board.
Why can't that group of grown-ups ever get it together - and do right by the kids and parents in this district? We all deserve better.