Adil Baguirov

2017: the sound and the fury

For the record: I hated Faulkner in high school. But, if the title fits- so be it. Last year was a struggle. Ending with me laid up for 4 days in bed with a cold that wouldn’t quit. It was like a detoxification period. Pour fluids in, sweat them out. Binge watch Netflix. Repeat. For Read More

The ripple effect of Corr failure

The upcoming firing of Superintendent Rhonda A Corr from Dayton Public Schools for cause will undoubtedly bring a whole host of other issues, lawsuits, and claims against the district. The crisis management skills of Interim Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli will be tested daily. When Corr claimed she had no idea of why she was placed on Read More

And now- an illegal meeting? Baguirov in charge?

An email went out to community leaders today from Adil Baguirov- but not from his board email- from his “American Power Transport” email address- italics is my replacing the email address, name and org name. From: Adil’s private corporate email On Behalf Of Adil Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2017 12:56 PM To: Community leader Subject: Read More

DPS needs to fire the captain before the ship sinks

Every minute that Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) reign supreme under Rhonda Corr, the talent makes plans to leave. The board, unwilling to admit their massive failure of hiring Corr, of keeping Baker (while turning Darren Powell into the only fall guy), of the insane Reduction in Force mid-year, the questionable real estate deals negotiated Read More

DPS Athletics asks who’s on first?

Abbot and Costello had a skit about funny names in baseball called “Who’s on first” and while it was funny, the Dayton Public Schools rendition tops it in complexity and isn’t funny at all. The players? three Powells, a Pullen, a Baker and a candlestick maker (actually two principals, Ms. Phillips – Dunbar,  and Ms. Read More

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