Jon Gundry walked away from his post as county schools chief with $151,000 in severance pay and benefits through July 2018.
Last week, a judge ruled that a lawsuit could continue to trial against the county Office of Education and superintendent of schools.
County schools chief Jon Gundry hid income and secret contracts before firing a whistleblower last year, according to a federal lawsuit.
A coordinated plan to put the Santa Clara County Office of Education on notice last week ended up being the equivalent of a protest dress rehearsal.
None of county Superintendent of Schools Jon Gundry’s secret contracts and subsequent under-sight reaches the level of the latest bad deal.
At a certain point one has to wonder if this has been Superintendent Jon Gundry’s plan all along: change disclosure policies on consulting contracts; discreetly hand out a bunch of big-dollar deals; fire the internal watchdogs; and rule through fear and intimidation so any other objectors resign.
Jon Gundry, Santa Clara County’s chief education official, has a math problem. And he hasn’t been showing his work.