Take a look at how schools are currently administered
I recently moved here from another part of California. While looking at the school system here I was surprised to learn that there appears to be no clear distinction between district and county school programs.
One role of a county superintendent of schools is to monitor the finances of the district schools. How can that happen in Del Norte when the same person is in control of the budgets for both? The same people who devise the district budget, review it and present periodic reports to the School Board (which is a district board one minute and a county board the next – just attend a School Board meeting and you will see).
It appears that many people in the school district wear two hats. Isn’t that a conflict of interest? If positions are inter-mixed, how about funds?
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