Charles Young similarly should never receive a raise. He was the compliance officer who did not ever use the UCP, the primary thing he was supposed to be complying with. He also had no procedures for 504 processes.
Now PAUSD is thanks to the Skelly/Young team undergoing both state and federal investigations into special ed and civil rights.
Neither of these men deserves a raise or bonus -- both deserve to be on performance plans or told to seek their fortunes elsewhere.
I just find it offensive after the past year that he would get a $10K bonus. That is ridiculous.
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