The Audit’s (Not So) Rigorous Investigation

January 3, 2018 ConcernedParents 0

As we described in an earlier post, we believe the DPI internal audit of NCVPS served primarily political purposes, and did not investigate most aspects of the misconduct at NCVPS.  The announcement of an audit was initiated to influence an investigative report about to air on WNCN, and DPI was […]

A Meeting At Last

December 21, 2017 ConcernedParents 0

Just two weeks after the Superintendent of Public Instruction lost his attempt to have our lawsuit against him dismissed, we were finally offered a meeting to discuss the misconduct at NCVPS.  Of course, this was also 753 days since we first raised our concerns about plagiarism by the developers of […]

Tell It To The Judge

December 18, 2017 ConcernedParents 0

On November 6th, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Mark Johnson, and Department of Justice (DOJ) finally had their day in court asking for our lawsuit against the Superintendent to be dismissed.  As you may recall from earlier posts, we filed a lawsuit against the Superintendent (originally June Atkinson then Mark […]

Government Inaction

October 16, 2017 ConcernedParents 0

As discussed in previous posts, we have been advocating for an investigation into the misconduct and broken culture at NCVPS for nearly two years.  Our requests for action started with the executives of NCVPS, and resulted in some inadequate changes to the APUSH course and in limited training initiatives on […]

Talking About An Investigation

September 28, 2017 ConcernedParents 0

Throughout September and October of 2015, we tried working with the teachers and staff at NCVPS to fix the numerous problems our daughter encountered in the APUSH course, before resorting to public records requests in November 2015 attempting to better understand the lies and evasions coming from NCVPS executives on […]

As Promptly As Possible

September 22, 2017 ConcernedParents 0

After discovering significant misconduct at NCVPS, we made public records requests of the Department of Public Instruction (“DPI”) in October 2015 and February 2016.  Even after two “attempts” at complying with NC Public Records laws, DPI clearly had not managed to provide us all of the documents to which we […]

The Cover-up Is Worse Than The Crime

September 1, 2017 ConcernedParents 0

Over the balance of the school year, the “new” development team of Sandra Waters, Leigh Robertson and Allison Altvater replaced all of the notes for the APUSH course, starting with Module 4  which was live to students at the time.  Often the “new” development team managed to post revised content […]