Esrati - Wed, 04/26/2017 - 17:19
Tonight I will once again ask the question, why is Dr. Adil Baguirov, our “International Man of Mystery” still on the board. If he sits as long as the public comments section, none of them are going to like what they hear. But the room full of teachers will.
Here’s the short video with me asking nicely on April 11th 2017, where it was “news” to Dr. Robert Walker, board president.
They knew full well what I had published, since I’d gone to both the head of security and to the board legal counsel by March 31st and given them the evidence I published on April 5.
That the board knew, didn’t do anything is yet another reason to remove them.
We’re in the process of asking the State Attorney General to remove Dr. Baguirov, and then will proceed to collect signatures to remove the rest of the board.
I’d cite the legal precedent, but- I’ve got to get to the board meeting which begins at 5:30pm
They will have a presentation by the Ohlmann Group- which should be interesting.
Here are the “media plans” of what they’ve spent already. I’ve yet to be given the invoices for the actual creative work- or to see the actual media buys- which they said they’d only mark up 10%. All I can say is, unlike anyone working for Dayton Public Schools, I actually know how to evaluate advertising campaign effectiveness, and I’m not seeing where the building of all these micro sites is the answer.
Here’s the links you’ll need to review:
Enroll DPS – because if you can’t enroll on the current site- build another.
Virtual DPS – because you don’t want to come to our school, and we will give you a computer at home and free wi-fi, since we don’t do that for the kids that do come to school.
DPS stories – because we don’t know where to look for stories ourselves- so we’ll crowd source them.
Career Tech DPS – well, because we can bill for another microsite.
Here’s the initial media money wasted.
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