What will happen if the Jeffco School Board's search for a new Superintendent (using the same Search Firm and the same criteria for selection as used two years ago) comes up short?
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What if no seemingly superior candidate is willing to 'grasp the nettle' here, for a short term position which will be in peril when a new Board is elected this Fall?
Will the present apparently cash-strapped lame-duck Board settle for a $360,000 (plus health benefits, moving expenses, etc.) executive, just to show its subservience to its Union masters?
Shouldn't the Board have a back-up plan to retain Dan McMinimee, who, by its own admission, has done a excellent job, pending the installation of an academics-achievement oriented Board?
Shouldn't Dan's on-the-job experience and cost-savings trump political considerations?
Russell W Haas,
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