Sniping about the A-F school grading system needs to stop because parents deserve better, a state Department of Education spokeswoman said Tuesday in response to one superintendent's plea for a "no confidence" vote on State Superintendent Janet Barresi.
"Some district superintendents evidently think the best way to combat poor school grades is not to redouble their efforts, but rather to stomp and shout that the A-F grades are unfair," spokeswoman Tricia Pemberton said. "Administrators who say they support accountability need to do more than just attack the messenger."
Pemberton's response, on behalf of Barresi, came after Broken Arrow Superintendent Jarod Mendenhall over the weekend called for school leaders statewide to move on a vote of "no confidence" in Barresi.
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