School closing task force

Esrati offers to settle case vs School Board and City on illegal school task force meetings

The School Board has spent $12,500 of their money defending themselves, to claim that they are entitled to have illegal secret meetings about closing schools in Dayton. The City, using their own attorneys has probably spent about a quarter of that. There is no question that the task force was a public body, according to Read More

Incompetence at all levels of Dayton Public Schools

To recap: Under the previous school board, In November of 2016, there was a major violation of sportsmanship when Dunbar played an ineligible football player, and tried to throw a game to Belmont. It was bizarre and obvious that something smelled at DPS. The Ohio High School Athletic Association investigated, and pushed for the district Read More

When lawyers have unlimited resources: City and Board of Ed waste taxpayer money

I filed a lawsuit to stop an illegal meeting of an illegal committee to tour school buildings to close. I was ready on Feb 7 in court to hear and try the case. It’s not that complicated, and the most the law states I’m entitled to is $500 measly dollars. The filing fee was $330.50. Read More

Dayton Public Schools still out of control under the carpetbagger interim Superintendent

There is a reason the DPS superintendent usually lives in the District. The operation runs on an 18 hour a day schedule, from opening the transportation department to the closing of the gym after a basketball game. There is the possibility that the current interim superintendent is first reading about the following events here, because Read More