County schools chief Jon Gundry offered conflicting accounts about flouting the Public Records Act—while under oath.
County schools chief Jon Gundry hid income and secret contracts before firing a whistleblower last year, according to a federal lawsuit.
A child porn and abuse scandal—as well as public scrutiny on how the county schools chief spends taxpayer dollars behind closed doors—has sent the Santa Clara County Office of Education into lockdown mode. The stonewalling includes violations of the Public Records Act.
Once in a while, real journalism rears its fierce head to expose issues that are actually germane to the public and need public scrutiny. San Jose Inside’s recent reports on the county Superintendent of Schools fall into this category.
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.
In an unusual set of circumstances, Jon Gundry, Santa Clara County’s superintendent of schools, has recommended a quarter-million dollar contract with a mystery company that has no online presence.