Real Life Lesson 101
It's all about the children.
Today kiddies we're going to learn the most basic lesson in life.
It's not what you know, it's who you know.
And the scientific community is united in that fact.
Des Moines Public School Board member/Dummycrat shill Phil Roeder, who apparantly has difficulty holding down a job, was hired by the school district.
The man who was President of the Board when Superintendent Nancy Sebring was hired, and remains one of her bosses, was in turn hired by Sebring.
Being a Dummycrat, Roeder didn't see anything unethical in it.
Neither does the district.
Sebring called the hiring..."an unusual situation".
Another member of the Board said..."it's legal, and it's clean."
I'm not so sure that EEO wasn't violated and I believe some questions need to be answered.
Because of his position on the school board, as Sebring's boss, wasCongratulations Des Moines Public Schools for showing the kids that the best of 60 applicants was the middle aged white man who had inside ties.
Roeder given an unfair advantage over regular applicants thereby
creating a disparate impact on those applicants?
School Board members were a part of the interview process, did Roeder
take part in any interviews as a Board Member?
Did Board Members funnel information to Roeder about those interviews,
either knowingly or unknowingly (because they didn't know he was an
Did others in the interview process, staff or business community
members, funnel information to Roeder about those interviews either
knowingly or unknowingly (because they didn't know he was an applicant)?