I question anyone even wanting to be a part of such a committee when he openly said to the press that they will not have any bearing on the decisions being made. I see this as some form of rubber- stamping his program to the community.
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I was going to let this story go until I read Bill Riley’s editorial this morning. As much as I agree with Mr. Riley that this Community Partnership Team is nothing but window dressing, I’m intrigued how it’s politically decorated.
Comically, Mr. Receiver (formerly Mr. Recovery), a staunch republican, appoints a community team of mostly democrats, and many of them have nothing to do with education.
Not only do I have the same sentiment as Mr. Riley regarding anyone’s desire to be on such a committee, I also wonder who rejected the invitation to join.
All of the appointees are decent people in their respective positions, but as a group, I’ll be curious to see how this works out.