Re: Billings School Board refusal to extend superintendent's contract.
A strong leader comes in, initiates actions to manage our schools to fit the dollars available, works tirelessly to get the maintenance levy passed, visits the "South Side," develops community relationships among other achievements. The majority of the board voted Tuesday to ignore that.
Previous superintendent was a "darling" of the union membership. Prior to Billings, wasn't Jack Copps the leader of the group organized to bring suit against the state regarding school funding? Coincidence that Copps was so acceptable?
Oh, well, taxpayers must be dictated to by the public sector union membership.