Governor Charlie Crist
Dear Mr. Eikenberg:
I can't find the name of the new director of the
Will you please forward the enclosed material to him and send his name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org?
Also please forward the material to Governor Crist's Child Protection panel.
I read in the St. Petersburg Times that Mr. Crist's primary opponent Mr. Rubio is making inroads into Mr. Crist's support in the Senate race. I read also that Mr. Crist has requested a state grand jury to examine corruption.
The enclosed material on corruption in the
And what Mr. Crist should consider is that these corrupt conditions probably obtain in many other school districts in
The current Secretary of Education has flaccid instincts when it comes to cracking down on job rackets and mistreatment of teachers in the
The Secretary of Education emerged from the school bureaucracy himself and thus is imbued with the ubiquitous conviction in that subculture that administrations of schools and boards have a time-honored right to hire relatives, buddies, and incompetents in the jobs rackets they run.
These public parasites assume they can spurn the Equal Employment
Administrations and boards also, according to custom, enjoy a venerable invidious protocol of the right to threaten teachers with job loss if they dare criticize any of the mess-ups of the superintendents' no-talent staff and quiescent board.
A person running for the Senate should count noses and calculate that there are many more teachers in the state than there are occupants of the many corrupt administration sinecures under which teachers must function.
Machiavelli would have grabbed these pages that I include and gone to town with their leads. His political instincts were impeccable.
The governor could do worse that to make Machiavelli his role model in attacking state school administration and board corruption. Teachers would pay attention and vote accordingly. Media love corruption stories. They would pubish them.
The DNA of the Erwin Whistleblower case against the board and administration in the early '90's still infects the current administration and board because none of the guilty brigands got punished for the stealing and graft exposed in that case because the board was part of it. And citizens, not guilty administration and board members, paid the $165,000 settlement that the jury and judge awarded Mr. Erwin.
Thank you for your help.
Lee Drury De Cesare