Will Wake County school board members Debra Goldman and Chris Malone show up at Tuesday's board meeting to be bombarded by the media with questions about the recently unveiled revelations from a 2010 police report?
What could make the issue more interesting is that the school board's policy committee, where Goldman is the vice chairwoman, is set to meet before the full board's work session. On Tuesday's policy committee agenda is the proposed transparency policy that Goldman introduced.
Goldman has on multiple occasions complained that the full board and policy committee haven't been discussing the transparency policy. Goldman has argued the school system needs to be more transparent in how it provides information to the public.
If Goldman comes to Tuesday's meeting, it's likely someone will compare the transparency she's advocating for in policy with how she's handled the allegations raised in the police report. Goldman said in a Monday statement that she considers the matters from the 2010 police report to be "closed."
The post was written before Goldman agreed to an interview on Saturday. Click here for the article in Sunday's newspaper with Goldman's remarks.