Sunday, August 14, 2011
Super Williams absent one-third of time from district
Superintendent James A. Williams has been absent from the buffalo schools one-third of the time from June 2010 through May 2011, according from cell phone records the Buffalo News got through FOIL. So if Super out of town so many days, who did he leave in charge? And if he was out of town when important deadlines had to be met to State Ed for the grants, especially for the low-performing schools, why the "no fault" pursued to terminate his contract with the district? And what about the dismal attendance, graduation, and drop-out rates?