Barbara Dezmon says that she will explain the truth
Barbara Dezmon, the creator of an unpopular grading system that caused an uproar in the Baltimore County system before it was abandoned in January, came before the county school board last night after retiring on June 1 as a longtime administrator. Dezmon told the board that there had been "untruths, deceptions and lies" concerning the county school system. She said she would set the record straight.
She implied that there had been bullying among adults and said she believed it needed to stop. She said horrible accusations, against her and others, had been posted on blogs. (I am assuming she meant this blog). "I am going to tell all," she said, including the details of secret discussions and what happened with the $300,000 Little Brown Book. She said that parents in the county deserved to know the truth.
She was only allowed three minutes to make her comments. She did not indicate when she might "tell all."