This morning the Channel 10 Lincoln High School Story that included the link to District Deeds was posted on the Drudge Report (http://www.drudgereport.com/)
Due to the article, as of 8:00 AM PT today, the District Deeds blog has already attracted hundreds of readers nationally and internationally from countries including Canada, Mexico, Japan, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Iceland, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Australia, Iraq, Taiwan, Indonesia and Bosnia-Herzegovina
For new visitors to the District Deeds Blog, the blog post about Lincoln High School can be found here: https://districtdeeds.wordpress.com/2014/10/05/whistleblower-vindication-lincoln-hornet-profiles-in-courage-hornet-insider-lady-hornet-student-reporter-michael-chen-and-channel-10-san-diego/
This story illustrates the poor SDUSD Leadership by Superintendent Cindy Marten and Board Member Marne Foster and highlights Martens’ irresponsibility with:
The ill advised removal of nationally renowned and highly credentialed Principals – Mitzi Lizarraga, from The San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts – a top 200 High School Nationally and Principal/Dr. Esther Omogbehin from an emerging Lincoln High School in secrecy and for absolutely no justifiable reason .
Marten’s Fake Scholarship: ( https://districtdeeds.wordpress.com/2014/09/25/new-spokesmodel-marten-twitter-tag-whatscholarship/)
And most recently, the removal of ELST’s from schools that desperately need ELL supports (https://districtdeeds.wordpress.com/2014/07/22/sdusd-english-language-learners-feel-the-royal-command-pain-of-superintendent-inexperience/)
And the muzzling of Parent Volunteers at the first DELAC meeting of the year protesting the removal of the ELST’s: (https://districtdeeds.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/sdusd-fauxllaboration-alert-delac-meeting-shocker-sdusd-blocks-discussion-by-delac-members-over-elst-removals/)
We can only hope the Stakeholders in the SDUSD and education advocates around the world will recognize how inexperienced and ill equipped the SDUSD is at the Superintendent position in the 2nd largest school district in California and demand a change.
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