Seattle School Board President Steve Sundquist said Friday the board is considering firing Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson or buying out her contract in light of a report's findings that she didn't do more to stop misuse of public money in a district contracting program.
He didn't answer questions about any negotiations with the Superintendent except that she has a lawyer. He said, "All options are on the table."
Boy, I hope not. It will stink to high heaven to have to give her any money to leave (although I'll bet it's in her contract).
Hey, and DeBell calls what's happening downtown "a culture problem."
Let's go to the Moss-Adams report, shall we?
If you don't change the culture of a bureaucracy, you change nothing.
I said that on KUOW this morning and I believe it (especially after this debacle).