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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

MICHIGAN CHARTER SCHOOL "DEEP THROAT" REACHES OUT TO MISS FORTUNE: Here Is The Letter!

 

Yesterday I received a copy of an unsigned letter sent on March 26, 2021 to Dr. Casandra Ulbrich, a member of the Michigan Board of Education and the Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.

The letter's author asserts to be a "longtime member of MAPSA" (Michigan Association of Public School Academies) who works "for charter schools" and chose anonymity over disclosure due to fear of potential retaliation. The author reveals being especially alarmed by one ten semi-finalists named by MAPSA for the "2021 MI Charter Administrator of the Year"--the School Superintendent of Southfield's Crescent Academy.

The Crescent Academy is managed by CS Partners, a charter school Educational Service Provider formed by Chuck Stockwell, a former business partner of convicted felon (and charter cheater) Steven J. Ingersoll.

And while the Crescent Academy candidate didn't make the cut when the five finalists were announced yesterday, the allegations made in the letter deserve to be read, investigated and addressed.

Scroll down to read the entire six-page letter, mailed to the Superintendent of the Michigan Department of Education, Michigan elected representatives (including both Senators), noted Detroit-area television and print reporters...and me.

Let's hope this exposure begins a dialogue.

 

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7 comments:

  1. Ask the assistant, ask the secretary, ask the translator, ask the janitor, as the security guard...they all have the real full skinny.

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    2. If you're the letter's author, please contact me. Confidentiality promised.

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  2. It's the government's help in Bay City Academy do it right in front of their eyes it's all about the money even our government gets paid to oversee LOL

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  3. Noss and his wife, Ingersoll and his wife, and Lynch went from normally born kids to full-on fiat money addicts of the fiercest kind, losing sight of all ethics, morals, and values – drop-by-drop, until the door to rehab just got cemented over.

    The rolling postponements of any due reckoning or ‘mea culpa’ reveals that none of them are clued into their now-abiding compulsions to appear, to have, and to get, get, get by siphoning off from kids and parents.

    When it has become all about the money, you forget that "stuff" is more edifying: food to share, clothes to offer, land to glean from, love to give, mettle to illustrate, wisdom to pass down. Stuff. These people, who once had stuff, now have no stuff.

    Whether the legal system they are entwined in eventually satisfies our cravings for justice or not, they are indeed doomed.

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    1. Your comments are cogent and insightful, and appear to be based on personal experience. So how about contacting me directly, instead of dangling these financial thirst trap musings?

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    2. Yes ingersoll's little letter shows his insane stupidity

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