Schools Are A Single-Point of Failure From Collapse

The video conferencing app that most schools relied upon earlier this year to offer online classrooms before the summer break went down yesterday. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, most schools across America are offering hybrid virtual/in-person classrooms for the fall semester. Schools are reopening their fall semesters this month and the next. Yesterday, Zoom users… Read More Schools Are A Single-Point of Failure From Collapse

Texas Attorney General Issues Opinion on School Trustee Resignations

Last April 10, 2014 in “School Board Members Intend to Resign December 31 to Avoid Financial Disclosure” I reported to you that Jo Anne Bernal, on behalf of the County of El Paso, asked the Texas Attorney General whether if school board trustees resigned would they still be subject to filing their financial disclosure forms.… Read More Texas Attorney General Issues Opinion on School Trustee Resignations

School Board Members Intend to Resign December 31 to Avoid Financial Disclosure

According to an April 3, 2014 (actually it is dated 2012 but I assume that was a typo) request for a Texas Attorney General Opinion submitted by Jo Anne Bernal, the County has been advised that “some local school board trustees do not want to disclose financial information as required of state officers by the… Read More School Board Members Intend to Resign December 31 to Avoid Financial Disclosure