Last month we revealed that Montgomery County Schools superintendent Joshua Powell was paid by the district to meet with his personal attorney in Bowling Green. That meeting took place on February 11.
We’ve since discovered that Jim Dusso turned Powell in to the Education Professional Standards Board and the Office of Education Accountability on February 4. And, of course, Dusso got his job back not long after. Because he stood up against corruption and prevailed.
Now you know why Powell hightailed it to Bowling Green. He had a mega problem on his hands.
And Montgomery County taxpayers had to foot the bill.