The problem however is all the stories the Times Union has ignored because they either didn't care enough to inform the public or they backed what the district was doing.
Take for example how the media and the public were both being excluded from the QEA meetings where a group of rich individuals were dictating how the district spent the money they were giving them. These meetings had lots of policy ramifications and who knows maybe some quid pro quo too. Sine them the district has allowed a massive and I think undeserved expansion of the KIPP schools, a continuation of Teach for America, and an unprecedented commingling with the JPEF all of which the people who write the editorial pages of the Times Union loved. Instead of asking tough questions they have written multiple puff pieces.