On April 1, 2009, former San Diego Schools Superintendent (and curent border czar) Alan Bersin visited Denver. This was before the November 2009 school board elections and before bitter disagreements cleaved the board. Bersin, who had been fired by his school board after an election flipped the board against him, had a lot to say that night.
Given the current recall effort against board President Nate Easley and the coming November elections, in which three seats are up and the board could flip, nothing seems as relevant to the realities of Denver’s school board today as the following 60-second excerpt (click on the arrow below to listen).
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