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Alief School Board Leaders "Pass Gas" on Constituents

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Errol Jones MEd MBA

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Barak Obama was elected President of the United States. One of the most motivating aspects of that historical event was the opportunity to say to people who complain about America that the door was open for great accomplishment in the U.S. regardless of color. True! If you don't like America....move. With all of it's flaws this is a great country, especially for the econmically disadvantaged. What other country allows its impoverished to live so well with so little? Alief Educators, let me give you a perspective that is often missing in this public community. We have 94% miniorities in this school district, yet a small minority operating with a pre-Mandela South African style leadership paradigm, does not believe that a minority can be a superintendent, a board president, or an informed constructive critic of their behavior. Let me give my academic background as a basis for the humble comments youare about to hear on this show. After dropping out of school in the 8th grade, 9th grade, and 11th grade, I finally decided to graduate from Pine Forge Academy, a historical and prestigious private boarding school in Pennsylvania, decided to join the United States Air Force with scores in the highest ranking, qualified for all career fields except the top four in mechanics, graduated from college with GRE scores in the top 10% in the nation, I completed a BA in Ministerial Studies, an Masters in Curriculum and Instruction, a certificate in small business management, later an MBA with a specialization in eCommerce, doctoral studies in Education, and am currently completing a PhD in Applied Management and Decision Science with a very high GPA. My present course is in Decision Making Management. My classmate are dumfounded at the decision making process in Alief ISD. This selection of the Stafford MSD candidate is absolutely rediculous and a slap in the face of the 94% minority population and the 6% non-minority who are decent friends, relatives, and neighbors in Alief.

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