Springfield Public Schools board member accuses others of bullying

Dorothy S. Bass

Two months after getting sworn in, Springfield university board member Maryam Mohammadkhani suggests her requests for a assembly with the superintendent and immediate accessibility to schools, college leaders and other district workforce have been ignored or blocked.

In reviews directed to the board and Superintendent John Jungmann at the conclude of the June 22 assembly, Mohammadkhani alleged the community had been “lied to” about the existence of essential race concept in district-presented teaching.

She accused the district of giving insufficient responses to her repeated requests for detailed money details prior to a vote, before in that assembly, for next year’s $330 million expending program.

Maryam Mohammadkhani

“My requests for budgetary articles or blog posts and many data have been basically overlooked and the responses we have acquired ineffective,” explained Mohammadkhani, who voted not to approve the 2021-22 funds. “I am speaking to you, Dr. Jungmann.”

Jungmann did not respond and board President Alina Lehnert explained to Mohammadkhani to address the board. Afterwards in the conference, Lehnert said the district provided the requested information in reports, displays and e-mails.

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