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Georgia Board of Regents proposes $19.8 million for new facility at Albany State University September 17, 2014
Graper was not Title I Director prior to Murfree's reign of terror, so again, maybe she isn't ultimately responsible.
In FY 2012 the DCSS received approximately $8.3 million in Title I funds and $3.2 million in Special Education IDEA funds. (http://www.albanyherald.com/news/2012...)
I would be willing to bet that Graper was directed to enter into those contracts from Murfree. Those who balk at unethical practices would most likely be looking for a new job.
I see R.D. Harter was hard at work issuing his scripted statement. Thanks anyway ole buddy, but I'll stick to what Terry Lewis has to say.
Integrity would dictate that she should resign; moral character is lacking in the DCSS. There are others that are guilty of cheating the taxpayers in this free/reduced school lunch scandal--high paying administrators and teachers are claiming free lunches and they will get away with it because they can submit new correct lunch forms next year...
Many vacant teaching positions are not being replaced, yet we are still not seeing any cuts in Administration. Two vacant Administrative positions were posted today: Executive Director of Finance (there is already a Director of Finance and other staff in the Finance Dept) and Assistant Superintendant for Curriculum and Instruction. Surely there are administrators already employed that can assume the duties for these positions…I doubt they do that much.
Kenneth Goseer should be fired too.
Still no cuts from the top, unless you count Diane Daniels and Robert Lloyd. Gosser should have been fired...
FYI they make between $50,000-70,000 per year. It was previously a grant position; however, go ole DCSS picked up the salaries when the grant ran out. Mostly they do NOTHING.
Terry: Are Robert Lloyd and Diane Daniels still going to be paid their same outrageous salaries? (110,000+ and 105,000+ respectively)
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