I have pointed out that our Board of “Education” knows how to identify broken schools but does not know how to fix them
We get confirmation, and a partial explanation, in the Times-Dispatch this morning. The former President of the Board writes:
The solutions offered in the past have been new teachers, new principals, new math programs, new reading programs, leadership development and more. None of them have (sic) worked.
There you have it in microcosm: This former leader of the Board understands that the Board has failed but does not understand subject-verb agreement.
(For a contrary view of “none have” see this.)
No wonder they can’t fix anything.