schools then potentially voting to benefit them, school board member Jason
Fischer chimed in, what about taking money from the teacher unions and
potentially voting on things that would benefit them.
Nobody is getting rich in the teacher unions but plenty of people are getting
rich off of charter schools. Charter schools have used lots of money to craft policies that benefit them.
non-profits are. Typically non-profits are paid 3-6% of a grants over all value
to manage the money. That’s one of the reasons I am concerned about the JPEF
managing the QEA grants. I believe it opens the door to them managing and
taking cuts of public money
have become adversarial but that’s not how it is supposed to be. Boards are
supposed to represent, teachers as much as they represent students because the
fate of both is completely linked and I think that is often lost on them.
In short if somebody gives you money and there is the
prospect of them benefiting financially down the road from a vote you may cast I think that’s wrong and to compare charters to unions is wrong too.