Business Insider: A high school principal quit after student journalists investigated her credentials

Some in our society would discourage the work of these high school students and label their task a witch hunt. From the limited information I have, I would say the high school journalism students called their principal on her BS (or MA and Ph.D. in this case). This reminds me of an old story about the person who lied about attending Stanford on his resume ( Ironically, it was for a company named Veritas which is Latin for truth. Also ironically, he lied about attending a school (Stanford) on the other side of the freeway from the company’s headquarters. SMH

Let the journalists, be it high school or the New York Times, do their job. I will end with a quote I heard from one of the heirs of the Guinness beer empire (at a conference at Stanford coincidentally):

“Without truth, there is only manipulation.”

A high school principal quit after student journalists investigated her credentials
Business Insider

l i g h t p o e t/shutterstock Student journalists at a high school in Kansas conducted an investigation into their new principal over concerns about her credentials. The investigation led to that principal’s resignation. The Pittsburg High School students looked into Amy Robertson shortly after she was hired in March, The Kansas City Star reported on Tuesday. “She was going to be the head of our school, and we wanted be assured that she was qualified and had the proper credentials,” Trina Paul, Read the full story

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