Last week turned out to be pretty active considering it was spring break in Wake County's traditional-calendar schools.
I'm going to try to split some things into individual posts so you can have your say. First up, John Tedesco announced Friday that he was resigning his job as VP of development of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Triangle to devote his time to working on the school board.
"I believe in times of challenge leaders need to make sacrifices to serve a greater public good," Tedesco says in his press release. "As we launch this new course over the coming months I am committing to working beyond full time in the efforts to bridge those gaps on our path to “great."
Not mentioned in the press release are the efforts by some supporters of the diversity policy to force Tedesco out of his job at Big Brothers Big Sisters. In Saturday's article by Matt Ehlers, Tedesco said that those threats were politically motivated and those who made them had not donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters in the past.