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Chapter 11: Understanding the Environment of Accountability
Cyrus Castle had been regarded by most residents of the town of Antwhistle as one of the best school principals in the history of the local school district. Since this is a small town, virtually every resident had some type of encounter—positive or negative—with “Mr. C.” while going through school. And even those who had unpleasant recollections of Mr. C. and his “board of education” applied to their backside as a form of discipline had fond recollections of his smile, jokes, and general contributions to many local charities and causes. In short, Cyrus was a genuine local hero and a tradition in town.
It was not a great surprise when the superintendent called him after his ...