The Buffalo Board of Education held its election yesterday, and it was the largest turnout in three years, with over 11,000 people casting ballots. In 2010, a little over 7,000 people took part in the election process.
OK, here we go: According to a Buffalo News story, State Education Commissioner John B. King, Jr. has appointed Dr. Judy L. Elliott as Buffalo's "distinguished educator" to help elevate city schools. Dr. Elliott, by the way, is the former Chief Academic Officer in Los Angeles.
I see the Buffalo Board of Education has decided not to use the “no fault” termination clause in the contract of Superintendent Dr. James Williams. The decision was made following a 45 minute board meeting Monday. Williams announced earlier this month that he had planned to retire in a year’s time. I don’t think Dr. Williams is the problem. The problem is with the system.
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