The only caveat being the school had to keep principal Brennan not for one more year but for two. That's right the superintendent came bearing gifts and the cost was just to keep the man who ran the school into the ground, damaging students educations and ending teacher's careers.
Let me ask you a question, if you went to a mechanic or a doctor not because anything was wrong but just for a check up, things were running very smoothly before your visit, and when you left your car was destroyed and you were on life support, would you give them another chance? What if their supervisor said, well this time I will keep a closer eye on them? Of course you wouldn't but superintendent Vitti expects you to roll those same dice with your children's futures.
As I said Superintendent Vitti brought a lot of great ideas to the table but at the end of the day the man who ran First Coast int the ground should not be the man to implement them. He should not be given another opportunity to do even more damage.
Two years ago First Coast was an A school on the way up, Vitti brought Brennan in and there is no school in the district in more disarray. The solution should not involve keeping Brennan in charge.