TVUSD board breaks law, refuses to self-report

Opinion section
Valley News - Opinion
School board members make a promise to uphold the law when they take their oath of office. If, in the course of their official duties, they violate that oath and break the law, a major breakdown of our system has occurred. In such an instance, there are two legitimate options. First, self-report the violation and request an outside investigation of the circumstances leading to the violation. Second, resign. Three current TVUSD board members – Sandy Hinkson, Kristi Rutz-Robbins and Julie Farnbach – have decided to undertake a third approach: pretending that the violation is irrelevant because it is in the past and directing scarce taxpayer dollars to pay a school district attorney to tell a whistleblower school district employee – myself – to drop the issue. Over the las
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