Wednesday, March 17, 2010


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It has become radically apparent that the SPS is for lack of a better term an Outlaw Organization. RCW 28A 645.020 is one law that the Outlaw Organization allegedly ignores.

The School Defenders will be using the legal system to bring these alleged outlaws into compliance with the law. Of course funds are needed to make it happen.
We have a recent record of success.
The School Defenders won an "Arbitrary and Capricious" ruling on February 4, 2010, in the High school math text adoption. This was reported and discussed in Scientific American Here.

Defenders filed a Lawsuit on March 5, 2010 that appealed the Board's decision on February 3, to sign the $800,000 New Tech Network contract. This forced the District into a ReDo "Do Over" position. Tonight, March 17, beginning with a re-introduction of a revised contract Action Report that addresses signing a contract on April 7, which supposedly already may have occurred as something passed 4-2 on Feb 3, 2010.

The Seattle School Board and their employee Dr. Goodloe-Johnson (it is alleged) frequently violate the law with neglect of the RCW 28A 645.020 requirement to keep a complete transcript (certified to be correct of the administrative record) which addresses the evidence used in School Board decisions. This alleged neglect might force a loss of any decisions still under appeal. Student Assignment plan and some school closures are still under appeal but have been delayed because of the Board's failure to provide a certified correct transcript of the truth.

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Scott Stafne

mail it to:
Danaher Dempsey (School Defense Fund)

PO BOX 5775
Lacey WA
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