Nov 16, 2016
Allentown School District Color Lesson
Shown above is one of the three finalists for Allentown School Superintendent. All three are minorities, two blacks and a hispanic. Part of the selection process requires meeting the parents and community, and answering their questions. The gentleman shown, if selected, indicated that he would spend three months interviewing parents, before he designed a program for Allentown. For these public interviews, the cast of Russ Mayo critics were present. Mayo was the previous white superintendent, apparently a mistake of color, which will not be made again. Although, the school board is making the final choice, they designed this politically correct dog and pony show. Because the majority minority of the district is Hispanic, if he can present himself as well as the two blacks, he should be the odds on favorite. If you detect disdain in my description of the criterion being used, please do not protest outside the headquarters of molovinsky on allentown.
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