It was exactly one month ago on February 11th, 2014, that we wrote about the results of a Civil Rights investigation in TUSD regarding inadequate meeting space, especially when a controversial vote on MAS was about to take place.
Based on the attendance at previous Governing Board meetings concerning the future of the MAS program, it was abundantly clear that attendance would dramatically exceed the number of seats available in the meeting room… the failure to move the meeting to a larger facility unnecessarily burdened public opportunities to attend and listen.
Not even a month has passed before the board has scheduled a board meeting that will address a controversial MAS vote this month and once again we have a “failure to move the meeting to a larger facility.”
1010 is expected to be packed tonight with a whole slate of racial issues to be decided on, including the passage of a Cesar Chavez Week while paradoxically voting against the future of the Mexican American Studies program with a vote that Cesar Chavez might himself hold a fast against.
TUSD never learns from history it seems, perhaps due to it banning history from being taught, and HT Sanchez is fast becoming like John Pedicone especially with his strengthening ties to SALC and now with this public meetings that are held in a laughably small board room.