The first is when dozens of teachers left First Coast high school because they were being victimized by the principal at the time Al Brennan, the parents likewise revolted saying they wanted a change and even the school trade dropped form an A to a C under his watch and the superintendent said, Brennan is one of the district's best and he isn't going anywhere.
The second instance was at a community meeting where grand parents raising their grand child said they were unable to hep their grand daughter with the new math curriculum and finally they hired a tutor to help her. The super said, great you hired a tutor and you can call the math hotline when it is up and running.
WHAT!?! I thought what about all the parents who couldn't afford to hire a tutor and who didn't know about the math hotline (which had tons of problems) what about them and the others who were trusting the district to teach our children, he was like shoulder shrug, yawn.
Ugh, well in the paper just Friday Vitti once again showed his complete lack of empathy for the districts parents.
From the Times Union: