Before everyone goes back to ignoring the mess that is the county Office of Education, here’s one last detail on Jon Gundry’s ill-fated reign.
Five years after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the FAIR Education Act, California’s public schools are now rolling LGBTQ history into the coursework.
County schools chief Jon Gundry hid income and secret contracts before firing a whistleblower last year, according to a federal lawsuit.
Women often feel we should support other women running for office. But a few local female candidates prove the importance of substance over sisterhood.
I opened Microsoft Word and opened a new blank document to write my final weekly column for San Jose Inside. I am doing so with a heavy heart.
None of county Superintendent of Schools Jon Gundry’s secret contracts and subsequent under-sight reaches the level of the latest bad deal.
Councilwoman Magdalena Carrasco put to rest rumors of a bid for higher office, announcing that she will not run for the state Assembly in 2016.
The Santa Clara County Office of Education will form a task force to review the policies of Walden West Science Camp, which seems to have enabled an alleged child predator to work as a camp counselor for kids.
County schools chief Jon Gundry would prefer we not talk about the quarter-million dollar contract he set up with a mystery company, which, for all intents and purposes, exists to funnel taxpayer money.
Jon Gundry, Santa Clara County’s chief education official, has a math problem. And he hasn’t been showing his work.