Susan Bunting meets with some interesting people. Get a peek at who and some of the inner workings of her world at the Delaware Department of Education!
I’ve written a lot about Delaware Secretary of Education Dr. Susan Bunting this year. Most of it has been in relation to her knowledge of former Indian River Chief Financial Officer Patrick Miller’s financial fraud going back to 2008. But, given that, she is certainly busy in her current role as Secretary.
As part of the State Board of Education meetings in Delaware, the Secretary gives a monthly report to the board each month. I do have to say this for Bunting- she doesn’t leave out a thing. Or at least as much as she is willing to talk about. In the two below documents she goes into a ton of detail about what she has been up to the past couple of months. After that, come back to see things she might have missed!
There are some VERY interesting meetings going on. To be a fly on the wall for some of them!
-Get Mike Matthews! Take away his license and make him feel the pain! Finish the job Atnre and Paul started!
-Convince Earl to get that state takeover legislation going!
-Pray with all my might that Kevin doesn’t show up at the State Board of Education meeting.
-Pray no one finds out about the Buccini-Pollin sweetheart deal! Dammit, I hate that blogger. Too late!
-Totally ignore anything Kevin writes about me on his blog. If anyone asks just give that face with my head tilted to one side and give that blank stare.
-Continue to keep the BIG secret. The one, that, if it gets out, will put Delaware in 50th place on those yearly rankings for transparency.
*Editor’s note: That last one is BIG folks! Need more info on it but it is VERY real. Get ready to rock the boat!
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