When everybody in our region understands that we have been let down, not by each other, but by a corporation that couldn’t care less about the truth or the future of our communities, then we can begin to put aside our differences and pressure the school board to demand some accountability.
JCI officials need to answer for their misstatements and broken promises. They need to compensate our school district, our communities, our families and our kids for the damage they have caused through their reckless actions. We should demand a real educational improvement plan, one that uses creativity rather than the recycling of outdated notions that have been long abandoned by most school districts. And we should demand that JCI pay for it.