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They always say it's for "personal reasons", but it's more likely she was unable to get the kinds of reforms she felt necessary and threw in the towel instead.
Does anybody know why she quit?
When we overload descretionary services onto Superintendent Zones, other school services suffer. Our special education funding is abysmal compared to what is offered in Davis, California, for example.Who is going to lobby for special ed? And if that lobby is weak, can we be more grown up than just responding to which lobby is the loudest?
I'm sad she is leaving, she was doing good work.