Corr Says Dayton School Board Allegations Politically Motivated
Dayton schools superintendent Rhonda Corr says the school board is playing politics with her job. Corr and her attorney are trying debunk accusations of misconduct that led to her suspension last week, citing a seven-week-old performance review with above-average scores. Corr is accused of missing meetings, bullying district employees and shirking other responsibilities. She says the charges are designed to allow an incoming board majority to choose their own superintendent.