Principals Cancel Deasy Meetings*
Hillel Aron | October 29, 2012
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The administrators’ association has been repeatedly complaining to the school district about administrators’ workload (see: Principals: Too Many Plans). But the AALA hasn’t been getting much time or attention from LAUSD Superintendent Deasy who, according to the October 22 newsletter, says he’s too focused on Props 30 and 38 to meet with them.
“Finding resources to help and committing them before we know if we might go bankrupt seems like irresponsible leadership NOT disrespectful behavior towards you or any of our fantastic principals,” emailed Deasy, according to the newsletter. In response, the AALA has cancelled its scheduled meetings with Deasy.
*The original version of this post incorrectly described Deasy as having canceled meetings with the principals when it was actually the other way around.