Friday, January 05, 2007
"IN THE KNOW": Thank You Councilman John Marez; Indeed You Do Stand Up For The Little People. Keep Up The Good Work!
Wednesday, January 03, 2007
"IN THE KNOW": Go after the bookkeeper, he is the key to exposing the fraud that involves Mark Scott and others.
Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Superintendent (education) LULAC & AMERICAN GI FORUM Embrace Acting CCISD Superintendent Scott Eliff
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In education, a superintendent (also known as a chief school administrator in many states) is an individual that has executive oversight and administration rights, usually within an educational entity or organization.
 In the United States
Generally, school district superintendents are selected by a school board of a local school district. They are typically given overall responsibility for personnel selection and appointment, preparation of operating budgets, and implementation of school policies and regulations.
As the senior administrator of a school district, the superintendent primarily supervises public schools in the district; evaluates performance of teachers and, in some cases, recruits and dismisses school staff; and acts as a check on the power of school principals. The superintendent may also be elected by the board to serve as the president or Chairman on the school board.
Most states give school superintendents membership on the board of education of their school district, but they usually cannot vote as members of the board. 
 Other countries
The term 'superintendent' is rarely used for education in Great Britain (possibly to avoid confusion with the police rank); in most Local Education Authorities the equivalent title is Chief Education Officer.