The evident established inequalities of a deficient system of government is consistent in the seeming manifest destiny of the downtroddened.
Will efficacy, rule the day.
Should anyone think, the current City School Board leadership is going to look out for the well being of people, whom they-(the Neville Group) were attempting to pull away from with a Charter School, is in an altered state of reality.
The Louisiana Western District Court is in the midst of a Unitary Status declaration of a fifty plus years desegregation Lawsuit in Northeast Louisiana's hub city. Imagine that, 50-plus years.
All the while, the local media is concerned about other irreconcilable differing opinions.
The pending declartion is evidence of the racial divide in the town of 50,000 more or less; depending on which agency the numbers come from.
Now, that the new City School Board President has been voted on and selected, with the voting down racial lines, in the top two offices; it should be evident to all concerns the status of this southern town's divisions.
Not very long ago, the Neville Group was seeking a Charter for the High School of the same name, at which time the now Superintendent was the Principal.
The newly-elected 2018 President was instrumental in the dismantling of prior Board leadership; to the point of the then Vice-President resigning. And now, the outgoing President has decided not to run for boardmember in his district, after four terms.
Accepting the current status-quo. These prevailing winds of conservative republicanism is evidenced in local actions as well, caused by the Trump Administration's racial & social animus against anything not emanating from the Caucausus Mountain Region.