Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008|If Superintendent Terry Grier wants to keep the policy because it “was meant to help prevent the rapid staff and superintendent turnover that has plagued” the school district, he ought to do his job ensuring that he and his staff provide good work and recommendations that aren’t subject to criticism. The bottom line is that policy leaders are there to look at the whole perspective before making decisions. If staff fails to provide sufficient and adequate information, then they should be subject to criticism. That is a fact of life and a basic element of accountability.

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