The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the Baltimore County Board of Education and interim superintendent, Verletta White, have agreed on rules for her work going forward. But at least one member of the board of education fears the statement could make it seem like the matter is resolved. You can read the story here.
“It is my position that the press release is misleading and could bias the Ethics Review Panel if they are lead to believe that the board viewed the matter as concluded,” Board of Education member Ann Miller said in a statement. “My understanding was that the agreement items were a preliminary step, not a settlement in any way. There are still several pending items:
– outstanding information request by several board members
– pending ethics complaint dealing with, besides non-disclosure, issues of improper influence, eroding of the public trust, conflicts of interest, using prestige of office.”