School building troubles
In today's Sun, I report that state inspectors found school system employees falsely certifying that they had made building repairs that in fact they had not done. In addition, confidential state documents I obtained show shoddy work on multiple school renovation projects. You can read the story here.
The school system's chief operating officer, Keith Scroggins, says resolving the situation has been his top priority since he learned of the state inspectors' findings just over a month ago. State officials have high praise for his response, but they say he has an enormous job trying to change the culture in an institution long beset by a lack of accountability. Share your thoughts with us here about how such change can happen.