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October 20, 2016


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Barb Krupiarz

Since I am intimately familiar with the $300,000 Special Ed audit, I have a couple of things to say. Montgomery County, three times the size of Howard, paid $150,000 for the same kind of audit. They competitively bid their contract. We sole sourced ours to a firm run by Harvard MBAs who promised to save us money. And, by the way, taxpayers fund the Superintendent's "membership" with this company - for which we are supposed to get "competitive pricing on services".

Chao Wu

Thanks for this detailed analysis. For Finding 5, it talks about the problem with 142 staff "salaries". The HCPSS responded with the "salary scale". It is just so weird. I am thinking of my recent article "The art of debate" ( this egg tastes really bad).

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