‘Fired’ education board employees back at work, but Douglas imposes new conditions

Screen Shot 2015-02-18 at 10.33.05 AMBy Jeremy Duda | Arizona Capitol Times

State schools Superintendent Diane Douglas acquiesced to the Board of Education’s demand that she allow two of its employees back to work after she attempted to fire them, but imposed a set of conditions that could quickly reignite the conflict.

The superintendent made clear that she has authority over Christine Thompson, executive director of the Board of Education, and Sabrina Vazquez, the assistant executive director, and that she will exercise that authority by requiring them to report to her.

Now, the Board of Education is trying to decide whether Thompson and Vazquez will submit to that authority.

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