boston.com is reporting that the Inspector General, Gregory Sullivan, will be conducting an investigation into the process that ended in approving the application for a charter school in Gloucester. The link to the story is at:
Mr. Sullivan had the following to say with regard to Paul Reville:
Sullivan said that he made the decision to appear before the board in person because he feared that state education secretary Paul Reville, whom he had informed of the investigation on Friday, had not shared the information with board members. The topic did not arise last night, when the board began its discussion of whether to revoke the charter granted to the school last February.
Residents of Gloucester, those for and against the Charter, deserved better.